Northwestern High School - Norwester Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1941

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1 F . . ,L The public address system is an asset to Northwestern High School. To all members ofthe faculty and student bocly through whose coopera- tion and determination the public address system was made possi- ble, we dedicate the 1 ..........-. 1941 Norwester. I-. awww H REECRD CT EVETTTS SEPTEMBER X940 RRESETTTED BY NORTH WE STERIXI HIGH SEHOOL FROM 'O JUTTE X941 Z7 770xL7aW Phrlrp 1NicLean Idxtor 'Iht objectrxe of the 1941 Norm ester staff xx as to capture m prmt the mood tht Soul md the Qplrxt that mot es 1North xxtittrn Hlgh Sthool to rttord that deltclte heart belt that throbs lnttsmntlx htntath the exttrxor ot 111 attnlttts of the sthool Nothlng li more rtprtsentatlxt ot tht efforts of the school as a xxho1e durmg the ptst sthool xtlr than the publxt 'lC1dfC99 sxstcm XV1'llC1'l you haxe seen mstalled IH 1941 It xx as for thls rnson tht puhh tddrtss System xx as seltcttd is 1 thtme of the 'Norvxtsttr of 1941 1ht 1Norutsttr S1111 has 'ttttmpted to make thm xeart hook 1 rttord of tht tustoms Nou obstrx td tht places xou vxtnt tn tlothts xou wort md tht 111111519 xox dx m Iht 1041 Norutsttr IQ a year book xuth a htart your heart 'Way ll long prtstrxt for you the memortes of the pleas mt trmts tht hlppx peoplt and tht famllnr platts that xou know jnftew ML .. 1 1 H ' Y V , x ,. 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BULB I I I I I 1 I I ROGER l.l'MI.EY RITA jL'li.KS7fEK President Vice-l'rcQi1h-111 llAllICl.lilNli XYRICZIIT TOM JONES Svcrctxn '5 'I'rczesl1x'c'x' I 4 I fr gielalm, . 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'Clif X'l.'.' 'I Q l.I'XII.I'IY S'l'li .IAN 'II' It ISK Q- . is fa Q' V Q .1.e:,KA V ,,1..,. I ' 1 , 7 E' v ' g. ' ' L Y ' 1, 1 f' j Vx ,P ' . x Jn ,wah ' .' I .I l,'l'IS llI"I'lII'1IXl I"IR'I'II XX'R IIIT If . 1 7 ' '. . ' ' . '.: 1. . . 2 ' . 1 1, 'Z t 1 t', 7 ' . . ' 7 - 1 . . A ' . " ' '. 1 I ' ' 1 1 Q. : 1 " ' I ' f' 1 u 1' " . , ,, . A Q h . N ,. . 20- I- ' tsl: ftt ' C "I - s 2 ' " . ' . ': ' fd t . ' 7' -1 1' . 1 .' A : -. Q . ' '1 Q . ' 4 XIA ' I j ' 7.3: . .' Austen House: Dance Club: lutin Club: Colt Staff. TO . ' 7 - '. ' . ft " fl 7' up ' ' ' "t " 1 Q 1' ' 1 1 I. .' 1 . " ' 1 . 1 ' ' .' . '. . 1 '- ' ' RIT 1 2 ', I7r::' ' ' IZA Class: 7 f 1 .' B t Col . 1 .. ' . 1 Cl. . . . l. S ' '14 ' ' ' J ' 1 c 1 - :Q . r.' 1 Se' of ' , I - '- : ' I' C12 H " Q.. " . . I "" 1 1" 1 ' , '. 1 . - .' . 1 .' " ' " ' 'xx 1 . . "1 . ' . . " ji 71 C I I I I I V 7 If - , R 3 . 'A' 1 ' . 1 . . . ' ' 1 ' I 1 'i " '. ' 1 " .' " 'liz Y. .' - 1 10-1. 1 . D 1 .. .'. " 'v". 1 I' 1' .' . S- "t': 3 " - '- 1 " '-':.' . CQ .I I. Abler. Richard H. Treasurer, lfrcncli llulm Anton, Alice Katherine Ball. Mary Gloria llvnikr' llznkctlrall tiirl llesrrvfw Clulr lluusc llrvckcg Bard, Marion Virginia Behler. Wilbur E. lli'Y 421-lvl Vhziptfr Yamila 'liziclft llmmr Roll Best, Leonora Bishop. Bernice Leone iii rl Rr-scrx cs All-lm Akey. Cynthia L. X.lL'l"l'ICNiIlf'lll. Girls' lflnsinc-as Vlulu Sfliunl Sports 12A l'nlrlicit3' Comniittrt' , .,.f.w7.w f' p ,f if A ,-- fi." Bailey. Jacqueline l"rt'm'li l'lnli llvritxt' 'l'rmus llruu-1' llaskfllnill Anderson, Mildred Marion Baker. Kathleen Edith Nl:-rnlicr uf li. A, A. limi-41 Brirlniintfm l'lula Balfug Elllabell? Banks. Shirley Irene Xarsily Swinimmg Ts-:ini f'141vt.nll. licwc'rxr's lluckrxy 'I'v:m1 llrnm- Sports Barrett. Beverly J. lirzmlt l'lulm Bellinger. Dorothy Klum l.:mvlr' lliplnnm l-iIl'l- llrwrx rw Swarm' Urc'lii'stl'.i Birnie. Elsie M. Blackburn. Rena Y. X zirslty llr-vlciq ltwmi t'li:iptt'r Scxxiiii: Vlull fzipluiii nf Yzirsity llmt Tc-:im U. A, A. Boziril Bonninghausen. Anne Borsa, Ruben B, lfurum filulv lfrrncli Vluli National llmior Society Brown. Elsie Ruth liirl Re-crves flull Amity Lilub Buell. Charles E. lli'Y, Blur Iihapter Stage Vrcu Senior Bzmcl Brown, Everett B. Busick. Charles I. Bartz. Robert J. Benedict. E ugene L. llmxsc lfm-tlunll llmn-,V Roll llr-use llxisellgill Bishop. Bernard L. llijll, .XYhite lihziplrr 'N I lull Xarsity Snmivniiig Train Bone. Margaret H. 'l'c'nlil- 'lxefini llzirlmintf-n Vluli lrirls Husim--5 flulu Breshgold. Jennie Brown. James L. Cadieux. Eugene R. Nlanziging lfrlitor of lull Sergeaiit-at-Arm-. Pershing llnnse Stnmlcnt Uniiicil Campbell. George Allen Boys' filet' Clulm Carson, Patricia liver lavyal fiirl Rmrrxrs Amity l'lulv Clausell. Frances L. lrirl lirsvruw .Xmiti Vluli Collier, Catherine llivnm' R1-ll l't'iftit't .Nttfitivlgiiivv IIA Ywcatimrnl l'mutuillt'r Cooley, Betty Louise Girl Reserves Spsiuislt l'luli llrvusv llusketlvzill Teztvu Crowe, Delbert G. Hi'Y, lYl1ite Cliziptci' Science Clulr Dahlberg. Ruth C, Davis. Jeanne Girls' Sirinimiug 'l't'nui De Santo. Rudolph J. fum Luuvle Dolan. Dolores A. lfiiisiiicizil Vrvnintittcr- lluckep 'l'c':uu Card. Mary Jane luftwmzitivui l'uuucil Chambers, Barbara Ann l'resirlr'ut. Nlv-uut Yerumi llnuue Vrcsivlr-ut. lmucc Vluln Fziptaiu litrlf 'l'c:tm Claybotn. Matilda B. l'QXt'el-im liitl Rfstrxcs .Kmitg Vlulv Coltman. Doris M. l"rvrutu Vlulv Spzmisli l'lulI Scrxive l'lul- Cooper. Constance A. luformatinu l'uum'il Spzmish f'lulv l.utiu Cluli Cruewell, Juanita L. Girl Reserve- .X Cappella l'l1oir Girls' lilcc Club Daigle, Gerald A. Dean. James H. l"nri1vu 1'luIi 1lH'fll'flllIIllCl'. liitmiiaitioiizil Relations flaws Carroll. Henrietta C lfult Staff Service Clulv Excelsior Girl Reserves Cherry. Harold A. Vocational Vnmmittcc. IZA Class llousc liiitertuiiimciit l'ommivtet' Full. Stag Cohen. Laura Volt Asst. l'irriil:ilivui Xlzuiziger llzulin lll'2llIli4llUN Serrire l'lulr Cook, Jeanne M. Yivt'-l'resifleut, llt-len Kr-llc-r lluusc Sm-inl I'luiirm:ni, .Xluhzi i'l'l2llllQl' fiirl li1'wl'x'Cs lCxet'utii'c Ilnzu-rl Stuflcut llruiicil Cox. John Sec, :tml Trcus.. l'ersliimZ ll--use lli-Y. Blue lflizipter lluuse Swimming Currie, John Edward Hi-Y Darby. Helen M. Yire-Presirleut. lilutliiug l'lulr Sturleut fitvuiicil Spanish Clult Der Boghosian, Edward Dettling. Margaret Ann Dobronski. Stella Service Club Domanski, Dorothy A. Doran, William l'rer-ifleut. Spziuislt l'lulw llirlet Major, R.U.'l'.lf. I'liairm:in, IZA Yncatiumil Serrctary, lli-Y lfxeculive Vonimittee Hngtrrl Girl Reserves Secretary, Spziuisli Lfluli if an 1 Q N Douvan. Victor Hi-Y, XYhitt' Vhaivtev' Rzivliu llrzinmtics Club. fzulet Captain, R.O.'l'.l. Dummelding. Ann Elizabeth National llonor Society Xlcmorial l'mnmittee Yztrsity Hockey Eldridge. Jane L. Draper. Betty A. Hockey Team Durrenberg. Thelma Kathleen l.ilur:xry Stuff lnfnrmzition tioniicil X arsity llot-keg Ellison, Dorothy Helen Yzirsity Swininung Tenni fum l.:inrle llii-lomxi lbisplziy Club Erclman. Mary Jane l'ltristn1:ts lfxiir Comnintee llonm' Roll Eyler, Norm S. Ynrsily llzisketlvztll N t'lnlu llifY, XYl1itC flmivlfr Ferris. Charles N llllllr lfootlvzill Bziselmll Fischer. Beverley M. Flutur. Duane I.. Frahm. Shirley Gardiner. Mary Alice Captain, 10A Basketball 'licam 180 House Field Hockey Team Freneli Chili Lilmrzirg Stall Ewbank. Jean Latin Vlulu l.ilwrzir5' Stun' 12A Luncheon fmnmittee Favale, Bianca Yzirsity llockz-y 'liegnn ljirl lhwt'l'x'r's. livin lilm 'lire:nsurcr, 1110 Fields, John tilee Flnlu Amity Vlnlu Cross-Country Fishman. Fannie Dudley. Dorothy A. Volt Stat? HifK'l1cmi'l'hi tScicnce Ululul llousc Sports Dymott. Marvin F. lli-Y. Blue- fhziuter Secmnl l.ieut,. R.U.'l'.tf. Engle. Dawn Jewel President. Clothing l'lulw See. and Trezis., Archery t'lnlv Display Cluli Ewing. Louvisha tiirl Reserves Club Amity l'lulu Feierabend, Ethel Fineberg. John Arthur Flannery, Betty Marie House Committee. Helen Afghan Harp Club Keller llhllhl' Christmas Fair Committee Foster. William Estus Senior Hnnul Senior Urrlwftm Concert Orchestra Franklin. William R. Gibson. Betty Jane Fowler. Irving Adoy lillvlillll. Tennis Tvzinl t'lmirn1:ni. lintvrtziinnient Foniniittee lli'Y. Gray Clizmter Frush, Charles E. Yice-Pres.. Ili'Y Executive llozirrl Yzirsity lfmutlnill lli-Y. Blue Chapter Gibson, Goldye Hazel tiirl Reserves fluln Amity Club Glicker. Pearl Diane Varsity Tennis Team Girl Reserves, Gamma Chapter Girls' Business Cluli Gorning. Betty J. N'-rtlmestern Home licononiies Cluli llouse Sports Gray, Evelyn M. Green, Virginia Gloria Grillith. Helen M. Girls' Business t'luli llouse Sports llonse Committee Hancock, Nell Jean Service Cluli lileetion Board l'hristmas Concert Heard, Callie Lee Excelsior Girl Reserves Hennmgs, Ruthe 12A Committee 202 Committee Chairman Information Council Hill. G. Roberta Student Council Varsity Hockey "Nutshell" Staff Hood. Harriett Jane Girl Reserves Amity Club Goodwin, Lucie J. Ever Loyal Girl Reserves Social Committee 109 lluuse Tennis Team 109 Gosling. Ira E, Secretary. Hi-Y, XVhite Chzipter Goodwin. Lynthen Ever Loyal Girl Reserves llonse Committee 109 House Tennis Tezun 109 Goward, Viola E. Presizlent. Xi-rtliivcstern Ilnme lim-iifiiiiics flnli Chairman. ll A Class Day llockev 'l'e:ini l'rnnmittee I Student Council Gray. Mary Greene. Jessie E. Secretary, llmnc licviinmtics liluli Girl Reserves Guilbault, Alvir R. Harris. Thelma Girl Reserves Amity Club Helmer, Russell House Swimming Heyniger, Howard L. llousei Sports Gray, Shirley Vice-Presirlent. Mount Yernon House Secretary Girl Rt-series. Hzinivna Vllziiitcr IIA Dues t'mrnnittcc Griffin. Martha Service Cluli Gutheim, Inge Vresitlent. Gcrnisin Vlnli National llmnir Society Stntlent Council Hartzell, Marilynne Vocational Vumniittee. Senior Class Infurmzition Council Girls' Business t'luli Hennessy, Margaret Treasurer. Betsy Ross House Treasurer, Girl Reserves. Gamma Chapter Chairman. IIA Luncheon Committee Hickey. Eleanore R. Service Cluli "Keller Koi!" Staff Hisle. Elaine Hollmen, Paula Helen Girl Reserves House Sports National Honor Society lnformation Council bivimnnng Team Horum, Sophie Joan Hqskin. Jane Ann G. A. A. Hudson Herman Hue?" Thomas ict-1110 110111 ith 111 1111 4' LF pit' 4 1s1t1 Dc-lute Tc: Isautz Lillian Jennings Richard X r 1 1 Team 11 l mmtr Team Jones Tom 110111 11111110 Nx11n1m1111: 'leam lAll J Y Kantgias Christine G. r . llc 011 ll U15 I 11' l R061 rcs Kennedy. Norma "t'e'111'1' '1 - : ' " urcr. '1 ,'z1ti111: H1111111' Snvit' 3' ' crcuiiy . 'Q 1 ' Kilwin. Donald ' eusurrr. at away 'itefzvfi' li iillllllll L'l1 1 resi 611 King. Shirley V, 'rc'-iz 1 atliziwz 1 llmlst' Kitakis. George Koegl. Yolanda Yirc'fPresirlc11t of 202 Girl Reserves l'lz1ss-H113 l'm11111ittc'c Jackson, Andrew S. Johnson, Jane l'il'f'HCl'I l'l11l1 Girl Resviwrs Jug'aszek..Rita 4 4 1 Hutzel. Margaret llollsc' Sports llousc Uommittce Jackson. Helen Ruth liirl Reserves Amity liluli Johnson. Parry Lee Gray Chapter, Hi-Y Cum Laude Kanaga. Elaine Eris X 106-1111-s11l1:11t. SC111111' klzi-s l43Yl11 lilllll Prcsirleiit. 203 l'1'vsiflr'11t, liixl Reserves. Beta 4'l11111lt'1' Kembel. Kleath A 4':1111wll:1 1'l111i1' Sf'l'1'PlJll'f', lli Y IJA fN1111111illct' Kersky, Dolores Kindle, Juanita R. Klrman. Norman M. lihsiirmilli uf IJA Sm-izil l'r111n11i11r'r l'1'r-sirlvnt of l11fo1'n1:1ti1111 K miiirll l'r1-s11lc'111 111 l'1'c11cl1 llllly Kleckley. William llnuq- I4 nullifill II1111-C ll:1skz'll1:1ll Krieger. John Edward lillllb. Varsity l"outl,1all Bz1skrtl1:1ll House B11-kctlittll Kemsley. George Ketterer, Charles Vlnli, 'l'rz':1s111'0r Yarsity I'11otl1:1ll, Baselvall, Bzxskcllvzill Gray Cliaplci' Hi-Y King. Beth D. Secretary of Hirl Reserves Student l'1v1111cil iltermsl Secretary 20.2 fl termsj Kirsch, Gail Elizabeth Klein. George 51111111111 fum l.a111le Dip- l11111:1 S0c1'r!:11'5 111111 'l'1'eas11re1' of Rims:-xt-ll House l'1'csi1it'11t l"111'11m liluli Kunigiares. Angeline Volt Staff Girls' lhisiiic-ss Cluli Sewing f'l11l1 Kunin, Edith Thelma 11,11 Star? Lambert. Carl Larson, Ellen Ylihite flrliter uf lli-Y -l Xaiwity Swimming 'l't-,nn Spzmixll fluli l'luli Latovsky, Doris Laurie, Richard J. Leonard, Jung lfornm Fltili Xlirilclr llouli llluli 42. .X. A, Letman, Dorothy Lewis. Beatrice Lindalwr. Walter C. tiirl Rest-rvei, liver lamzil Excelsior liirl liewrve, 41rrman1'lnl: :Xmitj l'luln If-ioxcxwll Volt-litlilioti llnn- lloust- Haxkrtliall mittee- Lipschitz. Bertha Bernice Livingstone. l. Gertrude Lough. Margaret Ellen llntnlnu l'll:tptt'r, llirl Ref lnftii'n1:i1innl 1'ot1nt'il Lumley. Roger William President uf Senior flaw Hi-Y Executive Buurtl National lrlunor Swim-tg Uuptaiii of Swivninmg 'll-:tm Mallory. B. Jean Sr'ct'cmt'5, Bt-I-3 House thrl llcscrxcx 4151-tan Spztniih Vlul. Manke, Dorothy Geraldine lllllllflllllll. Ynczitiotigll llm Nerves IIA lines foltiliiitlrt' Sligmiili lllulv MacDonald, Georgette Mallos, Georgia l-'anvil l'luli llirls' Hthim-N4 f'lnln liirle' lllrr Vlllli Margason. Helen Arlene latntli Vlnli MacGregor. Margaret Jean klaqltain of the Girls' Golf 'll-:mi Alpha l'l1:.tptrt' llirl Re-crves Nlmlcrn llxmcc flllln Manges. Shirley L. Xzttimizil llmmr Society Yicr-px'rNi4lt-ill. llmme l-lcoxnntixt-Q l'lnli lixccutixc Bontril, llctxy Ruse llmixr Markstrum, Lloyd lli Y frretwr on At't'mitilgun'y lfrcticll l'lnli l'lxrvt1tix' Marlin. John B. M. Meffataley, Anna Jean tgirl, filer llnl. i lnrle Husinrw lluli lfanlni lliwltllgittrs llulf McLean, Robert K. ljuziril llouxe Unnrnittrrr Masterton, Betty llouw ll-it-key 'l':-:tm McCauley. Gloria Moon, Anna C. 'l'it-gixnre-r ul' Sec-mil Rrfortl Mathews, Fleming Yzirxity 'l't'Llt'lt lxt Srrgruln. RAD. . . Vluli ,V 1, McCormick, Thelma Jean Morris. Robert Albert llgt-lmimmi Club Nichols Elton Findlay ttati Rachele Oakman. Anna Lnsa Nutinnal Honor Society Grzuluutiun Costume lnummittee lluuse Scholarship Vhziirmzin Ozeran. Mollie Hug 4 lfrenvh l'luli mnrnentement Committee l'utlIH1 C llllf rin man lit-tsy Russ House Palwzi Domenlca O. l'nmmittee Palmer. Thomas E. it Ne-wing lluli Paterson Joyce Irene lilee L ni it yelli C Pearce Harriet E. Perry. Robert Warren Pratt. Betty ' F mir Patterson. Margaret June Perfect Attendance Penny. James E. Pierce. Roy E. lilulm Embassy lli-Y P'Stephanon, Alexander Rutlin Ilrumatics .A ciretziry nf iirls Glee BU,-g' glee fini, Student Council liirls Business Fluli Rea. Angelus Remington. Don S. lllue fhapter of Ili-Y Romaine. Victoria E. l'l1'iirtn'iu of l Seninr Vhorus Reardon. Jack A Cappella Choir IZA l'innnn-ncement Fnntnlittee Rice. Myrtle Olar Ross. Mildred the Nuttu Presitlrnt. Yice-nresiileiit llnnrnittee Sunnnzi fum l.:tutle Yin' president nf llgirp Vluli Secretary uf llelen Keller llouse National Honor Society liirl Reserves O'Connor. Kathleen Patricia House Sports l'ult Paglia. Ernest Rt-ti Vhapter, Hi-Y Yzirsitj- Baseball House l-'uotliall Pape, Burton D. Pattan. Irene J. Display fluli Chairman House fommittee Bowling League Penny. Virginia Yicrvl'resitlrtit, Seer-etarx uf Radio llramatics flu Secretary. ,lane Austen lluuse UA 1'lnnnirncen1ent llummittcc Pietron. Stella W. Perfect attendance fum Laurie Diploma Railton. Mary Jane Girls Tennis Team Redling. Maralyn A. llilt Star? Lilirury Stal? House Bzisketliiill Robinson. Phyllis Mane Ruby. James Mahlon Sauer. Martha Marie Shatzman. Abe A Silence, Dorothy A. Home Econuniics l'lulm llnuse Baske-tliall Smith. Awtrey Mae Smith. Wallace G. Service fluli Snyder, Anna Mae Yice-prcsiilrxtt. Clothing Vluli Home Economics flnll Sodorblom. Virve S. Spraglin, William Elisha l'uvn Laude llipltnna Concert Drcluwtrzt Schulz, Mary Shaw. Jean Silence. Virginia 1- Smirh. Ray C. llifY llnnur Roll Snellings. Mary A. Kiirl Reserve: Senior fliurus llnu-.c Spur!-2 Sober, Beverly Jane National Honor Society ll.-X Dues Committee tfumu Laude lliplonin Sokolowski. Clara l. Perfect Attcntlatncc Stamper. Sara Lee li. A. A. lfmtril Dance liluli All-City Senior Urchestra French glut, Stedman. Muriel President, June Austin House President, Gamma Chapter Summa fum Lxnule lllplumll Stewart. James P. Steele. Harriet Vivian Perfect Attendance Stewart. Mary Virginia Yzirsity llnckey 'll-:tm Varsity Hawke-tligill Team Schulz, Norma Geraldine Chairman of llouse Committee Honor Roll Shreve. Bess 'freasuret' anal Secretary nt' Helen Keller lluusr' Treitsurer nf liirl Reserves llh-txt! llunce Vluli f" Smith. Alice G. Smith. Sarah Snock. Virginia Sobol. Evelyn D. Spaulding. Albert C. Buselinll Truck l l i-Y Stange. Isabella Jane Girls Glee Cluli Service Cluli Forum Club Stelzer. Blossom All-City "A" and Banquet Urchestra Concert String Quartet Colt Staff Photographer Stockmeyer. Thomas R. ll.-X l.nnchenn lqnitiniittee 'S Stone. Norman E. First Asst. Tech. P, A. R. Club ' See, and Treas. Lincoln House 12A Class Play C0mlllitlC9 Valinas, Kathryn Rita Variver. Charles Xnxirlp Arts lilnli Xlurzil- Wagner, Elaine Rosemary Waugh. Jack S255 'wh ., M9 Weiner, Nathan P. 7 f i K Rzuliii lirgunaitics lflnh . 'T lv Q so :hz -at ,im . 3 4 N X -Q -u Wheeler, William M. Yxirsitg Fimiliall Teann ljglltweight Boxing l'li1inipiim Amity l'luh Williams. Doris E. liirl Reserves Wing, Allene Girls Swimming Team lizniez- Vinh Woodward, Elizabeth B. Girl Reserves. Alpha Fhapter IZA l.imchr'nn l"cm1n1ittrr St-linlurehip iillflil'ITlIiIl Strumbos, Elizabeth Valleau. Russell F. Viert. Marlon I, All l'll1iirm4m. rllrl' liullsr Xiwurslri Shit! lfirl-l liiirkvy llrlrn K Ward, Robert S. Webb, E. Maxine llvgignr l'nix'rl'siIy Weinshelbaun, Pauline Nziliuliul llulml' Snvirly Yiuvfpn-siilriit, .lum- Au-ten llmier Secrrtarg. iiirl- lillsilnws l'luh XVhite, Donal Williams, Melba M. Girl Re-riwr-4 N-uior 1" -,rue llnusc Sports Wisner. Winifred l'u-siilrnl, lixecutivr Boa Hill Re-srlwrs A llipprlla Vlmii Wrather. Noble l're--iilru! Ili., Liumln liullxf A Vgipprllfa Vhnii Ili-Y. Gray Flizzptrr ril Taylor, Douglas l'lirinn l'luli Val Verde. Mary Elizabeth Su'rrl:n'5, Aeuliim l'lllli Viiiict-i'I Urclirsi ru l'c-rlic-ct .Km-n-lane-r Wachler. Norman Gerald S:-inin' 4ltcllrslia 1 -mu-l'I llivln-etxa Warnaky. Virginia Webster, Charlene N, lfgilice iiluh Xgirsily llc-hate iliram Weinstern. Jack Wilkie. Dorothy A. IZA lfolin llnrilliillee liiil Rr-cries 1Al1nhal Prifrrt Alle-iulgixnrr Wilson. Marvin C. Yalaily Ljilaylr-ltr A l apprlla t hint Wood. Frances A Vapiwllri Vlmir Yzirsilg linil' :mul lluwlim! 'l'e-:nn- Spzmisli Phil, Wright, Madeleine Jane Se-cxelxilq, Senior Vlaw Nziliolizll linniu' Sorirty Vnm lauiilr- lliplmna Wrighrman, Hazel I. K Young, Frances Ruth hunter. Xlinrvli- lim-ls tlvil' tiiil-' liler- liliil, 72-H, fn ' Social: Norman liirman. chairman: Roy Pierce. Al lfirth, Beth King, Nluriel Steadman, Dorothy Bellinger, Bess Shreve. Class Dug: lra Gosling. chairman: Herman Hudson, Vic Douvan. Constance Cooper. Yolanda Koegl, Jeanne Cook, Norwood Stone. VOLXIIIHOINIIS Dorothy Domanslsi. chairman: Marilyn Hartzell, Pauline NVein- shelbaum, Harold Cherry, Lloyd Marlxstrum. Donald Wliite, Catherine Collier. Dues: Tom Jones. chairman: Parry Johnson, Irving Fowler, Noble XVrather. Shirley Gray. Gertrude Livingston. Beverly Sober, Paula Hollmen. Commencement: Barbara Chambers, chairman: Richard Jennings, John Cox, Jack Reardon. Rachel Ottati, Virginia Penny. Ellen Larson. Publz'c1'ty: XVinifred XVeisner, chairman: Charles Ketterer, Eugene Cadieux. Ernest Paglea, Cynthia Akey, Margaret McGregor, Mildred Ross, Shirley Nlanges. l.um'heon: Peg Hennessey. chairman: Kleath Kembel, Bill Doran, Thomas Stoclxmeyer. Jean Eubanlx, Elizabeth XVoodward, Christine Kantigias. Color: Jack Kreiger. chairman: Merriam Viert. Dorothy NVilkie. James Dean. Motlo: Victoria Romaine, chairman: Bianca Favale, George Klein, Thelma Durrenburg. Memorial: lnge Gutheim, chairman: Ann Oliver, VVilbur Behler, Robert Parry. Cups um! Clowns: Charles lirush, chairman: Betty Louise Cooley, Anna Oak- man, Ruth llennings. Charles Buell. Ttuenlil lit fnunctl "Do your part" was the slogan for the Northwestern Student Council of 1940 and 1941. Under the direction of Phil McLean, president for the fall term, with Henry Brockhaus pounding the gavel in the Spring, and with such active sponsors as Mr. Wolber, Miss Merriam, and Mr. 1VlcGuinness, the group continued its fine record of service to the school. Founded in 1921, this organization has become an indispensable part of Northwestern High School life. It is the medium through which the student body has its affect upon the organization of the school. Its influence is felt in every phase of school life. This year it accomplished complete 'fhousecleaningu of the trophy cases. printing of ldentincation Cards, and sponsored two gay and colorful dances each semester. the proits of one being appropriated to the lnfantile Paralysis Fund. It also contributed one thousand dollars toward the public address system. Perhaps the Student Councils most important function was the operation of the Used Book Store. supervised by Mr. lVlcGuinness. More than two thousand dollars' worth of books were bought and sold each term. The Student Council is the student legislative organization of the school and. with its numerous services. is easily one of the most important. AUTUMN Ifirst Ifmu: J. Crosby, R. Perry, P. llczith. l'. 5lcl.e:m. ll. Bruek huns. R. Pritchett. K. Zxifrus. .S'4'4-111141 lfmut E. Avery. Il, Me- fullougll. l.. llill, J. llnlilplrcll. Nl. Kluriluek, l. iiutheim. K. Vlilixiyutinlcs. l.. l.:n1c. Tlziril Ruzuz S. Sic-lzitf, Nl. Tzilfor, lt. ll:-uc-ry, -1. W'ryaml, ll. llzirliy, A. llllllllillgllillll, l'. llcatli. Ifimrtl: lime: l'. linker, R. Pumper, B. ,lout-s, l'. Swcnssml, B. lfmlnmlul- soil. ll. lfrieksuil, 'lf Xlcrlj. S. l'ullii'k. SPRING I-iirxt Rain: Jean Small. XY. May- nrr, A. lilllllllllglllllll. ll. Bruck- lmus. J, l'rosl+y. E, Fitzgerald, ll. Nlcl'ulluugh. Sifullli Iftm-3 il. Piper. l.. Hill. M. Uuuke. S. l'unll. Xl, Txilmr. J, lvillizuns. ll. 7 llrrnstrrct. Sl. Kam-ku. Tliilil' Irvin: 1. Stewart. P. Bnkvr. li, Nmap. Al. lizigrris. H. lfmlllmmlsuil. l', Swrlissml, Nl. Slznnprr. ll. Rzwillr. Xlr. N-leiillillnr-4. K ell N an e R 4 so vu A eu Vlnon mmm 1 ri D lor an ll X1 r lll fn rm f Hn rr lwthe mm Nchlenkcr 6 0 E 9 MCLEAN BRUL'KllAL'S llli.-X'l'll 1'Rl'l4l'llli'l"l' l'l'lRRY AUTUMN SPRING IKRUQ lxllXl N KROSBX N Il Xl l XRlxlN lf, The Colt was flrst orgamltd 1n latt 1916 and thc rcgular appcarancc of thc paper has slnce become one of the oldest tradltlons of the school Lxke all human lnstltutlons It has had 1ts ups and downs over expanded areas ox cr contracted ones To keep the Colt a golng concern many different methods havc hecn used dependmg upon lts sale 1ts content the partlcular school sltuatlon unto whxch 1t was expected to fit and 1ts general acceptance by the pubhc 'I he Colt throughout the years has conslstently held to tts or1g1nal purpost to prow an CHCCIIVC medium m helplng the school to an awareness of rtself Edxtors for the sprlng and fall terms respectnely wcre Kaye Wtlls and Donm Scott bhlrlcy Manges was voted the most valuable Colt worktr for January l94l and iwardtd a beautlful solld gold cup ll Scott W ar al lx m gn 45? 1- " r 3 Y l4l'.'NlN1l AM Sllr flflill .. 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':ll-c", F. 1" llvz , A, 1 113,11 111 1111.1 11 N 1 1 1 1117.11 ll 111111 N 111111 eel 11 1 1 1 nal Zlnnofz, aefy, ln December 1nd agaln ln Miy the Northwestern Chipter of the Natlonal Honor Soelety held tnductlons Members yyere chosen from th 17 B and lZ A students on the bl9lS of character lcidership sery 1ce and scholarshlp 'lo be consldered for member sh1p a student must be ln the upper th1rd of h1s class 1n scholarshlp he IS then r1ted by the elubs to v1h1ch he belongs by his graderoom and by the faculty The final dec1s1on rests wxth a faculty councnl of ten members The rnduetron ceremony IS a beautiful lmpresslve and 1nsp1r1ng one 'l hose 11 ho are 1nducted lnto the soclety recelye a certlhcate a Natlonal Honor Society seal for fl7ClI' d1plomas and 1re entntled to the Nattonal Honor SOClCIy p1n vyhtch resembles a P111 Beta Kappi key Officers for th1s year were Tom Jones presldent Henry Brockhaus ylce pres1dent and Marguente Heath secretary Mrs Adams IS the faculty sponsor adwm lub 'I he Ridlo Dramatlcs Club gaye tts members a knovy ledge of the technlque and me ehanxcs of broadcastxng Xvlth the rmportance of the radlo mcreasxng dally thls club gaye tts members the opportunlty to become famxllar wnth broadcasting and to gam yaluable experlence IH the field of radio work Some of the outstandlng events of the club calendar y1 ere the 1n1t1at1on of neyy mem bers the radlo broadcasts 1n whlch members partlcipate and the tryouts for neyy members The Fall officers were Rlta Jugaszek presldent X'1rg1n11 Penny y1ce presxdent Mary Kantglas secretary and Clem Fowler treasurer The Spring officers were Mary' Kantglas president Gerry' Patlent vice pres1dent Peggy' Cook seeretary' and Joan Selmler treasurer Page Thzrlg 11311 la 111111 e11 1 1111 111 1t1e 11tl11 1 11 N 1111 1 1el1111 1 lllllt 1l 11 1 N1111 1 N 1 lx11e et 111 11 11 111e1 1 11 11 1 111 lx111tp.,11 1l1e111 lx11 1 1 11 11 1 111' I"l,Y'.1'f l1'1fr1'1 R. .l ns e . 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'I A I I O - Y. 1 1 F ,tl R1 l'x11 er Il er on 1t1e11t nt r ert R B11r1 lx e nee Jlflll y 11111 i 2 L er X ya 1 con 11d e er Krm 1 roekh 111 S 1n1 e-1 Baune 1 L' t 11 1 51mm 11 111116 uc 1111 r 111 N a l-cer lx t 'Nl Norm 111 Xir R P1 ma, 51111 Resolyed That Mary had a l1ttle Lamb IS more thr1ll1ng than Dante s In ferno 'Ih1s IOPIC was one of the many v1gorously d1scussed th1s year 1n the Debate Club The group progressed dur1ng the fall term under the leadersh1p of Pres1dent Henry Brockhaus programs belng planned by Vxce pres1dent Peggy Bunce w1th Juamta Crosby keepmg the records as secretary treasurer In February the annual Mothers Tea an 1nterest1ng trad1t1on of the club was held Smce 1936 th1s club has been 1n act1on Wlth Mrs Hulbert as advlsor 'I he sprmg term cont1nued w1th both com1c and SCYIOUS debates under the pres1d1ng gayel of Presldent D1ck Arnold Juamta Crosby was the VICC pres1dent and Ger1ld1ne Pauent secretary treasurer Q26 Jmm Northwesterns debate team rose to new he1ghts th1s year under the d1rect1on of Mr Raymond Ford For the first t1me 1n many seasons the Colts came close to capturmg the c1ty champ1onsh1p Western and Rlver Rouve were overwhelmed 1n rap1d order but defeat at the hands of Pershmg forced the team to accept the pos1t1on of runner up 1n the metropol1tan league Members of the team were Capta1n Herman Hudson George S1mmons Kenneth Baune and Robert Guy As award of mer1t these boys were presented Wlfh Umyerslty of 'Vl1ch1gan Forens1c Keys and as a result of the1r many y1ctor1es each rece1ved a p1n from the DCIIOII Free Press denot1ng h1gh honors IH debatmg 111111 1 Page Thzrtg one .1 V I 1 Y 4- . - 1 - - C xx A - V .. . . . V , Y , . Y . y . . - . Y . . L V ' Y- 4 , , X ' I . . 1.. . yy I . . L I . ' . 1 R C I f ' mc 1 1' ' 1 1 ' 1 I Y 1 ' Y L . I D s I I . 4 7 P V I 5 V 3 3 I ' Y Q t b V '- V V C . V V. . ' . . . 11' 111: M. 'neg . il. Crus- lvy. B. B l.111, ll. 1111, F, A d S. . IG. Pz' . Sccunzd If :': M s. llullv . . l'11g. X. Sh sty. P. B11 , ml. '111nt. fi. lz 5. V. l"11vlvr. H '1 Rev: P. Bula . J. Ye,"1d. IJ. I. z' . j. K ll . ID, 1 vll. H. B 2 s, Al. .kli I1 ', K. FV1111 Alf 111 Vglf, 1711111 Rmb: G. I 11 s, K. Bt . ll. H ls . R. Guy. .S'r'111 l1'n:1': G. YI . l,. 'et .... ' 2 , 1 . . Urd. I SQJZULCQ, Klub The purpose of the Northwestern Service Club is to serve the Northwestern com- munity by placing emphasis on citizenship. The main objective is to be of service to the school in the corridors, and to courteously and cooperatively help in acquainting the students with the school regulations. thereby building toward good citizenship in the school and in the community. Aspirants to membership in the club volunteer and when they prove to be faithful and responsible guards they are given membership in the group. Pupils who achieved a record of outstanding service as hall guards were awarded pins. The officers of the club for the past year were Marion Zander, president: Goldie Mallos, secretary-treasurer. gnlvamattbn, nuncil The purpose of the Council is not only to dispense information but also to render service to the school whenever possible. ln accordance with this policy. the Council this year took over the management of the display cases and the bulletin boards, sold tickets to school functions, ushered and took tickets at concerts. and operated the informa- tion desk. Its biggest jobs were complete charge of the financial side of the Christmas Fair and the IZA play. Norman Kirman was president of the organization in the fall: Betty Ann Reske. business secretary: and Margie Vosburg recording secretary. Oflicers for the spring term were Geraldine Patient, president: John McCall, vice-president: Paul Buker, recording secretary: and Marjorie Krueger, business secretary. Mr. D. D. Aptekar is the council's sponsor. .Xrrnllil li'nft'Z Xl, ,u v . liner' ill. l u l.:mrlr5, Nl. hmilev, I., Klzt Al, lirmrrs, .Sfrnizd li'n:1': Sliesll. la. llreuer. S, lless lfliut. li. Ruslufuril. hl, Selnuri lhml Nwri-1 Bliss llultmzm 1 lmgztil. li, Smith. T. l'1Ckei't l'zrrt-5. V. llufl, XY. l'urdy, . ptekar. linker. ll. Kzmeku, li. Patient rmzm, ll. Reske, Nl. Ynsrt' g l ugh Xl kill elm. li. l.rirsmi. 'l', llurren :ci Nl, llzxrtlell. R. Pritelu-lt. lulmsuu 9 lless R. lleumn I lm t ll. its l l lil l Md ,ll Xl. lximgrl. llurf :': ll f ifllu ll in in f 1' small. H li, llmrntis, li. Appel. ll, Am I U'Xe1l lxlmml H0111 1 1 lxnc ,., or C N 111D 111 c'rm111 1s1er 1 ll 1 1 e ater 1 lf r11 C' ll 10 p. a fzgfur A group of irresistible indispensible men is the P A R Club This group of techni c1ans1n tra1n1ng makes 1tself useful about the school 1n several ways among wh1ch are showmg mot1on QICIUYQS to classes managmg school stage product1ons operatmg the publlc address system and maklng recordmgs These boys bes1de bemg of much benefxt to the school are rece1v1ng valuable tra1n1ng 1n stage r1d1o and mot1on pxcture projectlon technlque They are also experts at carrymg scen ry and FIQCYS and are well versed 1n the theory of motlon p1ctures rad1o 1nd suge 11 ork I-lc1d of IhlS 1n1m1table organ1Lat1on IS Mr Joseph K Bolt! HIS Chltf JSSISIZIHI IS Mr Sam M Smderman Under the 1nstruct1on of Mr Joseph K Boltz ten supcr1or lettermg students hue taken ox er the great respons1b1l1ty of adxert1s1ng all school act1v1t1es The Umted Artsmen were orgamzed ID 1932 to serve Northwestern by g1v1ng good qual1ty publ1c1ty for all school funct1ons The club met and worked exery Monday at 3 00 and others t1mes as needed nl he pres1d1ng oflicers were presxdent R1chard Arnold and secretary Stanford Kruse Cha1r men were elected for the var1ous school act1v1t1es wh1ch need adxert1s1ng The club also competed 1n the Walker Contest where pr1fes are to be awarded for the best outdoor poster des1gns Former members now have excellent advertlsmg jobs and some have advanced to the stage of havmg the1r own shops rl 17 1' U ll l N U11 een lJ11f e . A . - ' I - . X . . . . , . . . . . ' K . 0 - I I D I . 4 '. ' C l I. .. 4 'T n I I . 1 I 1 C VK V v C I x .p . . r . .X . . . U N ' D I , D f ' 3 . . K V I YW H I I I V T I 4 . ' . 'A Y ' . HX 1 i . , 4 I.. . t I V 3 4 . ' X I 4 . . . .xx . xx V . . I 3 l' 3 K X X . 1 I ! I . . H ! e . l"r'1w1 lrff to "HM, I"vY.'.ff ff 7i'i gl R.-Q. R, T I1 e. fx. .11 . 5, s wi 2 . ra. em.-k. lc. 'l H, ' ' ', ,S'1'1ml1fl lflmr: N. H 11114. A. l"llll'K'N. l'. Vfl . H1 llrvlq l'. lfllxnflef. IL Vnquer, R. l'l1'ist11se11. li- Frmlr lrfi I "y1ll. lfvrzvf l1'r1ft'I -X, lY1l . F. Nelsvn. ll. Ar! rlfl. Q, K s. ml. llfnes. .Ywml l1'fvf:': li, .': 1- '. A- HF. , llvltz, A. Blog-lis, S, 'I' v. l Miss Alice M. Lowden com- pleted her twenty-first year of teaching in Northwestern High School this June. In the years she has taught here. through laer untiring service. she has brought to hundreds of stu- dents the appreciation of one of the most beautiful expres- sions of life good music. The conceptions of beauty. the ideals of perfection which shc has in- stilled in those with ss hom she has come in contact arc ones sshich ssill remain to enrich th ir lises foreser It is to Dc press the deep gratitude of the members of the music depart ment and of the entire school that vse make this tribute to her sl lim IJ Q fappella, fhouz, The A Cappella Qhoir is thc school s most distinguished socal group Members must not onls hase soices well adapted to choral singing but must also hase good scholarship records and the ability to read music vsell Under the direction of Miss Alice M Lovs den head of thc music department this group receised training ss hich not onls enables it to build up an extensise repertoire but ss hich also benefits its members in the musical world bes ond school days The choir participated in three concerts in school this year entertained a Parent Teacher Association meeting sang for a I-li Y Girl Rescrse meeting took part in the June graduation exercises and sent thirts of its members to the annual Bach festis al in Ypsilanti Officers for the fall term ss ere XXll'1SlOXK G Pos president Betts Gatzlec sice president Betts Pratt secretars and Isaac Iesorcro treasurer Spring officers were Isaac Tesorero president Betts Gatllee sice president Kase Vsells secrctars and James Heller treasurer Pacze Ihimf four 0 ss n 1 I1 e rn VN snnf-1 arr art no lv 17 e Nzssse N Ru If f' l XX FUNK' lnlsltl ner Hr 1 Irvin? tri g Rearrrn res lxcm e X mc r 1 rui X es l lr ici V . V. . H . C' I ' , ' . I. C " L . Y 1 1 F Al.li'l'i . . . ' EN O I T . lc . I if ' ' -c 4 1 y A v C 7 v I ' K' 4 A L - V . L . L TL - T V - A k , Y , X Q . V3 I I Y I Y k I . g 1 5 l V C x e T n I K - C n - - -'X Y ' ' C L T 4 VC I . I. v 7' v T v ' - v f s 'I 3- .I I ' e . . 'I . c , Q. T . er . i 'I . . en I ' c '. , 'Q - .I I 4 ' V s e v- s e , . c . , e. . lewis! Fir: Miss l.fv de. l. hlinrly, l". XYofwr'l. P. llfs girls. If l'l1illiVH. N, Kevariefly. ll Pratt A. Fort. Nl, X lst . ,Yrffmfi Run' ll. Vhrist. ll. 'I s. 5, A Sk: . ll. XYhitt, S. f' s lc. M Zia rlei. li. li:t.k. B. .': "l nl. l'i1ur. 'llirrd Ishqrg All gh 1-rffirfl. A. Y: tab fliava. M. XYl sun. V. lfrt 'ler. C. I S. l. VK" ' R. lizard . 1. ller fi. f'li.ar:1tis. l., Xeilsms. ' 'I RWTVI fi. llg l'ri, ml. g ls ll. R es, K. Y b I. V. F 5 R. 'lHS!. T. I' 'tt, -l. ,iotl Y I en'--fi, Fmm lcff in rigllf. I"ir'sl Row: Miss A, Lowden, ll. Reske, ll. A ' zkc, l.. Hines, I.. XYinkler. Bl. Graham. C. VV:ills. A. XValker, l. Neilson. Srrond Rare: R. l.ykes. lf. XVnod, Nl. Nelson, B. Ilnnn. S. Nest, XY. XVisner. I. Kinnnnen. S. Gilms, Il. Mallns. Tlrirfi Raw: E. Marshall, A. lfort, B. l'Idwai'ds, P. Somenski, F l'l'Il' T K' l ll T 1-at .. 1 lllnngli. F. Czniras. T. Evans, A. liagzinis. Fourth Razr: Y. flun- ter, li, Ramey, ll. Greene, X. Kennerl3, E. Fischer, V. Schrei- ner. il. Piper, M. Ruthei'fm'd. li. hYj'll!lCD2ll'l'j'. ,l. Paton YYilsun. lfr'ff11li'u:i': NY. Crue- well. A. Frerleriek, I', lqnem, A Slinrl. ll. XYhitt, S. l'r1mk, ll. Ifmler, J. Darling, M. Tzirrante, l.. l'z1llow:iy. 'msn' n ips. , , nm 1 me , . l'1'1'.vf Rmb: A. Y:n't:iluesli.ni R lu lx 9 P'9t1l I I Hel lc-r. N. Kennedy, R. Stunkey, R. lilly. A. Mortmi, l.. l':YIiIlS. Sm'- nmi lx'u:v: J. Otten. l'. XYein. F. lfmvler, M. hVllSOll, bl. Fields, T jzinssen. T. Scott. T. Merry. .. Rnsengren. G. Chzimtis. Third lx'n't-' B I' rfln ' K' il 1 l' Martin. ll. Reeves. K, Kemliel, R Yel' J. Reardon, 1. Tcsoreru, J. Mot- leg. . .. . enznmi . in ei. ,, mes. '. ing. XV. lfnx. l'. Swenssnn, azryrm gm The Cuirls' Culee Club was the most advanced vocal group of its kind in our music department. Although called a club, it was. in reality, a class which met three times a week with the Boys' Cilee Club and twice a week as a group. Miss Alice M. Lowden was its director. The girls derived pleasure and profit from singing not only for themselves but for others as well. They sang in graderooms, at the annual Christmas program, and a selected group of fifteen sang at a Mothers' Tea at the Fisher Y. M. C. A. The year's ofhcers were: Norma Kennedy, president: Betty Pratt, secretary: Sheila Crook and Kaye Wells, librarians. 5044 ' 5122, Klub This year was the last for the Boys' Glee Club, one of the most popular groups in Northwestern's music department. Due to a curtailment of the faculty, this chapter of the Senior Chorus has been forced to disband. The boys, under the direction of Mr. J. Otten. made their last year one of their best. They sang for the Christmas Concert, and made a big hit at the Christmas Fair with an entertaining group of numbers done in the heel-beelie style with costumes and southern accents. Oflicers for this last year were: Winslow Ci. Fox. president: and Isaac Tesorero, secretary. Page Thirty Hue lfiuvl lx'u1r': S. tiwlenlsni. If, Ifilzr get-alll. II. Sklar. NI. Ilrziiiixiril. Ii, Ifisclier. II. tanlviiure, A. I'zu1Is-rits. Y. Illngzi. Xl. Sinlmn. ll. Vnviistnek, I.. fliupviiziii. Sci'- wlul Ix'im': I.. YIll'jjL'ZII', R. Rulziml, lf Xlzirtin. XY. Slzirk, I". IIunwi', IJ. 'I'r-rner. t'. Smith, V. Rosairin, Il. 'I':ike-ssiznl. VV. IIl:m1I, IJ. NVQ-irlmzm. 'llrfril lfmu: XY, Nlzin- kn, l'. Xlielmls. R. I'liImm1mIsun. .X. YYHIWII5. Ii. Ilcliry. II. Tal- rzuil, T, Rvilvling. R. lY:ii'iu-ek. XY. Iletlivl. X. Ili-elnnam. R, Iillis. I I ittii in I with Ii: I Nl V , N., fn- 'n': .. v -. ,. Ilnrlwr. XI. Tiillnss, I'. Xlinwe, N. IIr'iiIIl'uvIi'i'. II. Nlilnvi. II. Illn- wy. Nl. f:uuIz'r. I.. Nlrllliiilgngcg Nl. I'1vr1i'i', I'. Iimiglzis. I.. l'rili'. lfrftli li'nfi'Z li. Nlxislln, .K. .Xrkvr lf xlzu-ks:-iv. II. llnrling. R. Kiglil Iiiigvr. I'i. I'i31vI'. If. I'irIu1ii'fIN S' liii-nlznnn, l'. I':illifIis. I. Ulliekel. Ii, RnS mins-11. II. Spurlwek, I". Ilumer II. Rust-. .X. St'Iir4it-ilvr. Il. Xlr .Xfug XY. Nmap. I'. Spiirek. If ,I:icqiii's. .Skruilrl lx'if1t'. bl. Shir guru. Xl. Ili-:nI1. II. XYillits. I' XYiIIi:ims. KI ,Iell, I'l. IIl'I'I'!1lZlll If. Ru:-vllinski. A. .'XcIu'i'l11:in. Ii I"lvsti'1'. R. Ilmpt-l'. II. Ilznrling Nl. Ilailvy. Nl. Iilieiiiivile. If Xlzilwr. 'I lviril lx'fm': I'. IIe:xtI1 Il. Ilxtvim-, KI. lsmi, li. Kitnkis S. 12irnl:u1w, Il. Trites, T Xlcrrx. if Xlivltells, II. Smith, S tlnrulmi. Ii, Ilnnsmi, ,I. XX'ni'tli I-'nw rlll li'n7r: II. I"m'f'-I. I. Xlzilvr-. I'. Illmwi-. 'I'. Kr-mmf-:ly XY. Ilalilnrl. Il Smith, A. xlflf tc-il. Mr. Ilumlierl. Lbncmi U The Northwestern High School Concert Orchestra of seventy-two pieces under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Humbert enjoyed a most successful year of playing and learning. It played many engagements and concerts, and several members of the Orchestra qualined with high merit for places in the all-city High School Orchestra. The Northwestern Orchestra presented two school concerts during the year. It previewed a group of selections in their spring concert which they presented in the contest of the more prominent organizations in Detroit schools. 6'anuL From 8:00 until 8:45 every school morning, the auditorium was filled with pleasing sounds. This was rehearsal time for Northwestern's Marching Band. Several of the members this year received auditions with the Wayne Clinic Band and participated in a concert along with students from various parts of Michigan. The Band played for the football games and proudly presented something new last season, a flag twirler, Richard Maher. It participated in the Christmas Fair, and played for various assemblies and rallies, presented two concerts during the year, and contested successfully in the Music Festival which is held every Spring. The Band was sorry to lose its director, Mr. I-lumbert, who retired in April to become Band Master of the 177th Field Artillery Band. Page Thirly-six mzin. II. 'I'l1iefIgi'. IJ. Kirks-nrlzill, lwmvi IMI In rmlil, I-:mf lxnrr. l l t ll lil lcll 11 1 axially. Q The Northwestern Varsity Quartet. composed of Marvin XVilson, lst tenor: lsaac Tesorero. Znd tenor: Cyril Jones, lst bass: and Henry Broclihaus. Znd bass, gained recognition as a leading contributor toward the musical enjoyment of the school. Not only did this group present programs in and around the school building. but it also appeared before the public through the Fisher "YH and other well known organizations. Mr. John Otten. of the music department, was the organizer of this group and the director. Norma Kennedy and Ruth Pritchett also contributed toward the success oi' the group by acting as accompanists at various times. The quartet met on Mondays, Tuesdays, and liridays to practice and to build up its extensive repertoire. I The Northwestern lligh School String Quartet, under the supervision of Mr. Bernard Thiedig was one of the more popular organizations of the music department. lt was composed of Dorothy Terner. first violin: Alice Pauleras. second violin: lflenry Tarrante, viola: and l.udie Chapman, cello, who replaced Blostom Stelzer. This group ol talented young musicians played for banquets. luncheons. and nuf merous functions throughout the city. They entertained such clubs as The Exchange Club, Rotary Club. Music Educators of Detroit. and The Schoolnieirs Club. The Quartette appeared on radio programs and made some fine recordings. These transcriptions. made every three weeks. are nled in the Music l-ibrary and are available for hearing at any time. The organization has participated in City, State, and National Music Contests, taking top honors. 2 ,WSP SMC? nur t 'mei . 1-ii i. fb' -3 l'i1tJe Tl1lfILf'xc'L'z'f7 Q Banal Under the direction of Bill Campbell, a startling brand of swing music UD has been offered Northwestern High School in the last year. With his hep-cat sponsor, Mr. Jerome. to aid and abet, Bill has provided Northwesterns cats with a most fitting background for their gambols. The orchestra has become an institution about school, playing this year for such elite gatherings as the Student Council dances and several house parties. They branched out also in playing a couple of one night stands at local swing bowls. One need only hear the quality of their exclusive interpretations to realize the great amount of time and energy expended in the development of this group of individual stylists. Jam gm The Forum Club. under the supervision of Miss Barker, Mrs. Keppel, and Miss Pursell, met each Wednesday in room 213 at 2:15. This club was carried on by parliamentary procedure. The program committee. under the direction of George Simmons. presented to the group various topics for discussion. These were then voted upon, the topic with the majority vote being the one on which the next week's discussion was based. The club also had outside speakers, among them Mr. Rivett, who spoke on South America. This term's officers were president, Thomas Timmons: vice-president, Joan Sel- mier: secretary, Charlotte La Nier: treasurer, Roger Sorbin. The club was responsible for the attractive decorations at Northwestern's Christmas Fair. Students were welcome to attend open meetings. lie-ll, J. l':mlinul. J ""? . a -5. 1 l 'iXirr l lrmmm' Ifirxf Now: l.. Carpentr-r Cole, N, lien Brueder. 1 Kurt-2 l.. Shaw, "Duke" I amp I"ir.ct lem.-: B. Barker. G. hem ' " " ' ll llul in l- lux all -X Xepp Aquinas. ntl lfntu: Nl. Uzerzm. S llnp pen, l. Hutheim. l', Snmeu 1 Sr-lnlir-r, li. ll:u't1r-s, IJ. fultmm ll. Grass. 'l'ln'rii Ii'n:t': l'. Amr NI. t'olem:m, R, Pritchett l.etm:n'rl. Sl. Xurmzm, Y. Hou 1 in ll. Calkins, N. Boimiughauen li. Mullos, lfaurtlx Row: on stein. S. Russ, B. Conn llurnshy, G. Sprecher Schwartz, I., Ke-tt, S. Rue 12th GRADE HONORS First Ruin: Ii. Phillips, M. Clmra- ti J Nl ' R it h II 5. . fcnncr, . Pr Q ctl, . lhlkins. S. I'4l'l1llIC5, M. Zxlfrns, G. Xlullu-L. .Svmnd Ruin: M. Zamier, B. liatzke-, B. A. Rcskr, IJ. Scutt, BI. X'usIvnrg, B. Burnham, H. Ilurvich, j. ltruxby, Ii. Anderson. fl: ini Huw: R, Guy, S. Ruse, L. lhl, B, Hass:-Icr, S. Roup. G. Simmons. IJ. Larkin, ,-X, X':n'tu- Incdizm. Ifuurth Raw: li. flmrn- tis, I'. Xlursc. P. IXIcI.z-nn, XV. Fox, II, Bruckhuus, K. Ununc, l'. Fuwlrr. l'mm D . 1 1th GRADE HONORS lrfl In right, f"xr.Y! Rniui I. l.1m. If, .X5uuIn, XI. NIiIIrr, I'. Allcn, If, SuIn':nn, If 'I'I1mnp5un. .S'4'4'mul Iwi.-: S, Klullumkixul, Y. Schreiner. Ii. Bulk-nl. Ii. Kelley. XI Krzmu.-r. XI, I., Young. Tlunl ui" 'cur' uum R.. ,I. I' s. B, R 1, ,I. Kcrinnlrmliizm. R. II. Iimlnlnnmisull. B. lircrn, I.. Junssux, XI. Dax- kgnlukis. 10th GRADE HONORS I-rum Inj! fu rnfllf, l"1'rxt lfmv: N I.. Iznnly. II. .tnrgqu ' . .. gang Ii. Ifitlgcrulml, .Yrrmnl Huw: XX XX'il U Xl XX" ' I 5 n. . . 1I4nn, It. :Iv ig l.1'n4xt. .X. Ihr:-tum. -g Jlww We wil Paqv TIJIIFILIYDIIHF n reuer m Xlor e ampe-1 X fl C l Llll fr HI lee .9 Klub The German Club was formed for the purpose of furthermg the nnterest of North western s students ln German customs and culture Ihls year thelr program mcluded trlps to Alger House Cranbrook School luncheon at a German restaurant and a most mformatxve lecture w1th slrdes on Germany grven by MISS Bogenrleder Inge Guthelm presldent of the club durlng the fall term also gave a lecture on the part of Germany along the Rhlne from whrch she came Other oflicers for the fall term were Grace Kaneko vxce presrdent Yolanda Koegl secretary and Stanley Bacon treasurer The club s Hansel and Gretel booth at the Chrrstmas Farr was one of the most popular Oflicers for the sprlng term were Paul Morse presldent Iucmlle Ramsay vlce president Helen Garz secretary and Rrta Burlrng treasurer yfewfe gm La Causerle the French Club under the dnrectnon of Mrss Helen St .Iohn was turned xnto a mrmature French Red Cross Headquarters thls year The French Club members as well as many others volunteered for the kmttmg and sewlng of sweaters scarfs qurlt blocks dresses and skirts XVhen completed these were sent to French refugees who had evacuated thexr own country for hngland The club also presented a program nn the audltorlum the proceeds of whrch were turned over to French War Rellef rlhns club also sold candxed apples m the halls to false money to buy materrals for French Rellef 'I hrs year s ofllcers were Norman Klrman presxdent Phyllxs Abler, vlce presrdent. Bxance Favale, secretary and Richard Abler, treasurer Page fourlrf ILLO nn e xt lr: 1 ace n u u U enrleeler 4 Ixaneku X Ixoeg Se und en lewellwu nr e Hearn: I url 1 1 kulban lan Ile- lil I llll R Bur rn B I5 e I me er B Smlons lenertn eu u n eme- mgel lx NN ehner R I am, gh u e- cr X cr lx! 1 Xl: ll le ll oo! c r In I De ul r All au 1 l K' 1 I I L Ifre lrfl tu rijl , If' .t Rr S. 'B' I , I, Q their , ,lZ. '13 'Rlle R. If Xlaj, lf. B . I.. Ru say, II A. fl: k. A. . U Ke 71 : S, 3 k" . J. g li. Ie' , . l' g, . lxk Nl. '.: l . . I' " I' fe-1 li. K h . XV, ,I s. R' , '. ' , . . l'. I R . lfirx! Huw: S. St. '. A, li n nln ' ze s 11. ll, :Xlnl , l'. g ll X. Hrngm. B. l"av:llc. R. . 4 lf. li 'sn ll, Sue' el lx'-111-1 I KI ll 'il . li, Rl ', I". N l n li. Uhaegie, l'. llunt, l'. Seann xl..leflxnsm1. Bl. Oz 1 , I.. .lan lx 'l'l "e lx'lf:e'Z P. l r Llln . l': lkius. ll. K" lkins, ,l. I" Xl. 1' nl , IJ. Blau I. B. Ilnnell A, Kirilrlrle, J. llzmlrlen, A. 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Jfvnfuz, mmmuca, Klub 'lhe object of the l-lomt Economtcs Club ts to tntertst the gtrls of the school tn good housekeeptng Among thttr acttvtttes tn carrytng out thetr purpose the gtrls thls ytar vtstted our muntctpal gas company studted dtfferent typts of kttchens and practtctd lunthton maktng tn prtpartng lor thttr annual ptcntc whtch was held tn June Fl hty also tnjoytd stvtral mtetmgs wtth tht combtntd Homt Lconomtts Clubs of tht ctty 1 hts ytar s ofllctrs wtrt Jant Ldwards prtstdtnt Oltvta Watktns uct prestdtnt l-lorttnst Caldwtll sttrttary md Ptnntt Mcliaddtn trtasurtr Vltss Colltns ts tht faculty sponsor jawn. lub l ht motto of tht lamwn Club should bt Scrvttt In tht spttt of two short ttrms thty havt drtsstd dolls lor tht Caoodftllows stufftd antmals for tht C hrtstmws l atr Hllttl C hrtstmas and l hanksgtvtng ba ktts for tht nttdy and stnt monty to laathtr lltnntgan lor Boys flown Flht objttt of tht mtmbtrs of tht Fawn Club was to btcomt mort ustful ctttftns and more worthy mtmbtrs of Northwtstern Thty want to offtr somtthtng constructtvt to thttr communtty Rtght now tht Fawn s are maktng hospttal garmtnts for tht C htl tlrtn s Hospttal and thty art knttttng for the Brtttsh War Rtlttf Thty haxt twtntt, mtmbtrs and tht Fall oflictrs wtrt Dawn Englt prestdtnt llttt-, Gross stcrttary and Rtta Mtbough trtasurtr or tht Sprung ttrm tht offlttrs art prtstdtnt Bttty Ctross stcrttary III Nltbough and trtisurtr Prtrntdtnt Cxarson 'Vltss lzltot ts tht sponsor 'Xflrs Marts ts tht tssoctat tt srl .A rt 1 ttt X tll lx t tt t ltmrlu lu xt tt ltt t R t 0 . . 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"'h, 1 l a ' n 6 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 v 1 v - 1 V C C y - Yu n - . . . e . . , ' - I X , X e I e , . . . . - 1 V . v L C . me Ire 1 cn! l l H1 rx xl 0 glint m Vl I I7 I 1 I :set Sum vi une r-son llmri r Illrll gil n I lurrni kgixfxaibg lub Every Frlday found the members of th1s club assembled under the sponsorshxp of Mr Maris to learn the rudrments of archery The group was orgamzed four years ago and thls year had twelve members As there were no other archery clubs 1n the Detroit Hlgh Schools all competmon was among the members However occaslonally the members met at the Highland Park Archers Club The oliicers presldmg in the January term were Charles I-Iauck presldent and Dawn Engle secretary treasurer The officers for the sprmg term were Charles Hauck president and Jane Nelson secretary treasurer Dawn Engle a February graduate was the year s best gurl archer and Charles Hauck and Marun Halloway were the outstandlng archers among the boys lclulz The Badminton Club held 1ts meetings every Thursday at 3 45 rn the gym for tips on shots and technlque from 1ts coach Mrs Mrldred Dunn The only requlrements for membershlp ln the club were a badmlnton racquet a blrd and some knowledge of the game and its rules The club provlded an excellent opportunity for boys and glrls to find wholesome recreation Thxs year the club sponsored a tournament for gurls Elarne Rudolph won the singles champnonshlp and then teamed wlth Jean Snmon to Wm the doubles Club officers for the term were Shlrley Hess presldent and Elalne Rudolph secre tary treasurer These officers were elected not only because of thelr popularlty Wrth the members of the club, but because of the sl-ull with whlch they play the game Page Fort y su. 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Z: rl '. li, Vitl. leriv. li. . z r All: . m ff 1 vvf gert B A11 er 1 111 1 man N e1 111111 1 ne R Prxtchett lmy If r tr 1 r m1 intl hrexe Nl 111 PI X ref cl-t Xl tc N11 111 lub Fenclng has become one of the most popular sports offered by Northwestern I-hgh School It develops muscles wh1ch are not ord1nar1ly used and speeds up one s th1nk1ng and reactxons The Northwestern Fencmg Club under the d1rect1on of M1ss Merrlam has always presented a team cons1dered a dangerous contender for the c1ty t1tle lt has produced such prom1nent fencers as Byron Kneger the State Fo1l Champxon Paula Sweeney Women s State and Mldwest Poll Champ1on and others who w1ll also bccomc some of the country s leadmg fencers Fenclng ln the later years has been galnxng popular1ty throughout the hlgh schools and UHIVQFSIIICS It IS surpr1s1ng to see that It IS w1nn1ng the hearts of the fem1n1ne sex as well as those of the male The Northwestern Fenclng Club cons1sted of about twenty members who met IWICC 1 week to go through routmes ln preparatlon for meets Wllh other fenclng teams The present ofllccrs arc Isaac Tesorero pres1dent Betty Marmch secretary and Paul Ghcm treasurer mam mam, gm Under thc d1rcct1on of Mrs Prudcntn Carty the Modern Dance Club of North western showed grcat progress th1s yur The g1rls worked hard creat1ng new dances for thc many programs they were 1nv1ted to present 'lhe1r styles ranged from the humorous s1t1re to thc slow ser1ous type of dance The Club danced for the IZA g1rls and thc1r mothers and prcsented programs for the IOB s durlng record and for the Mount Vernon House Party The Club also took part 1n a sympos1um w1th g1rls from other dance groups 1n h1gh schools all over DCIYOII The officers for the Fall term were Barbara Chambers pres1dent and Charlene Webster secretary durmg the Spr1ng semester Ruth Pr1tchett pres1dent and Harr1et Anderson secretary 111 Cl ex r 11 St ee I' Xlll Page lorry swcn ll 1 111 ax It 1 e I1 1 llt 11 M1 11 ft 11111 1. ltt L Under the IYISIYUCIIOI1 of Sergeant Glen Nlounsey the Northwestern Umt of the Reserye Officers rl rammg Corps won honors and awards last year J hey started by vtlnnlng first plaee 1n the Compedltory Platoon Drlll Sl l1Lll' next suecess came when they u on honors 1n the Federal lnspectxon J hey ended the1r season s YICIOYILS by wmnmg first place at the R O CI C field day at wh1ch they were named C1ty Honor School lh1s v1ctory entitled ill cadets of our un1t to proudly d1splay the red eltatlon cords oytr the left shoulder J he red star seen on their rlght Sleeves d1st1ngu1shes them as members of a Federal Honor School They haye continued the1r good uork under the mstructxons of Sgt ldleli yy ho replaced Sgt Maunsey at the beginning of the -ll te m Slhe present commlssloned ofllcers are captalns Xern lVlcK1nley and B111 Blackburn lst Lleutenant Harold Stxll Znd lleutenants Ralph Oumn John Sturgean Eugene Malaslewskl Andre Demetrolls Arthur Schroeder and Sldney C1nt1ll1 The h1ghest non commnssroned ofhcers in the unlt are lst Sergeants lmsay L John on Charles Maynard Kenneth Nletcalf and Rufus Johnson A fine record was establlshed by the R O J C Rlfie leam under the supery1s1on ef Sgt Albert Elek vsho in January replaced Sgt Glenn Mounsey J he team cons1sted of the crack shots of Northwestern s R O T C un1t Cleam members vsere d1st1ngu1shed by svxeaters vylth the team s 1ns1gn1a on them The team placed seeond ln the 6th Corps Area Rlfle match wxth a score of 3 456 thas g1y1ng them fiye potnts tou ards l9-fl s t1tle of Honor School yy h1ch they vson last year March IZ found the team cmtam Don Barnmg lou1s Sehoeneman Robert Moody Russel Ruska md laonel Harbard firing to defend the already won Hearst trophy aye lUIfll ezglzl tue H11 1 1 11 X 1 Nelgt 113,11 A 1 H1 1111 1 1 11 we Ne 11 1111111 111 1 1 lf A i ' ' A 1 hi l'1'1'xl lx'117t'Z l':111f. 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Ixills, Il. :I tlt- it I.. XX'nl1Igt'mittIt. Xl. Ixzilitgizi-. 4' Irtt I film:-N lwfnrlli li'tIIi" ll, Hiill-tie. S. litillvzmkiaix, H. Hisliuli, Nl. Zniivleig' Sl, latpaczt. Il. hatzke, ll, Slmfter. Xl. Ros-. B Ii TA fivmt lf!! to rwlrl. l'ii.il Karr: Xl, Ilegitll. Nl. Wright. R. -lug- avek. Il. l'l1:imli4-rs. Il. Slirex e. .S't't'nliil li'u:z': XI. I'ipt'i', gl. YY:tr- litirtml. Xl. Kziiiekai. P. limvli. Il. Ihmistttsl-ci. R. lixtcrio. II. lwtxa- lr I ll ii lim I Ili l alt I lliirfl li' 'r" lf 'l'li ni iii 1' ff. . .. ii I-s I , . Ksintgias, -I, Viiisliy. l.. l't'qiif Itzirt. lf. Riulivltvll. .l. Knott. B. 1113. Xl. lfifrzis. l"ffz1i'tli li'u7i'Z S. fiotivi. II, l'i-iilep. I". Bzttiliie. I. Riiigel, Y. Kos-gl. Y. l.eiiis. -I. Elliot, Y. Xlclxziii. KI. Htiiiee. UAINIBIA Fir.frRi1rr: I'. Ilrnne-15. II. King KI. Stetlnian, P. Ileitth. S. firay, .Srwrvii 1i'fv:r': l.. ,lan-ly. I. XYeztv0r. I lnmplwll Nl I 'i xifiwi. t1f't'iiii'ii,.s. ii, 'icftiwill-f K l"tii'nvtttlt llvirl Ii' t N Xlvvrgaii. Ix. lsttrns. N Ixviiiii-ily. S Ilr II l"n1z X V i . . -H. gl. Small. l'ni4r'!li lx'ft7t: I'. Harrier. If. XYilkiit-, A. hlvthnsoit. li. l.ixiiigstvvi1r. II. Ativlersrvii. S. Hoop, Y. Ifxatir. IJ. Iiellinger. EAL Jinamzma, Northwestern Girl Reserves have passed through another successful year under the leadership of XVinifred XVisner and Ruth Pritchett, and the advice of their sponsors. Miss Holtman of Alpha Chapter, Mrs. Murdoch of Beta. and the combined efforts of Miss Rundle and Miss Beaman of Gamma. Cooperation. the most important quality in a large organization. was shown in the Relief and in the scrap4books which as part of their service work, the girls which went towards a scholarship. ln the way of social activities. a Thanksgiving dance. an outing at VVoodland Ranch. and the Christmas Service were held with Hi-Y members in the fall term: in the spring the Ijaster Service. the Spring Frolic Dance. and the Spring Guting were given with the Hi-Y. Date Night. which has become a hallowed custom, was held in December. and again in April. at which interesting programs with dancing afterwards were enjoyed by the girls and their dates. In March the Girl Reserves were very sorry to lose two of their valued members. Grace and Marie Kaneko. who returned to .Iapan with their parents. A Farewell Banquet in .Iune rounded out another happy year for the Girl Reserves. making of three Afghans for the Red Cross vwlar were made for crippled children. In the spring. sold magazine subscriptions, part of the profit of 2 tll A K , -,-,I 'I :-1 tiutlie' . . . 1'tit' '. .li f , JVM' it Li '. . Hin". , url N, ,, mgaltts, GRAY CHAPTER Iwwm lrff fu r111I1t. l'1v1Y Fmt: ' 1-1111 i. KiPseI. A. I'1rtI1. I. Xlrl. , I XY. Ilfvrzivi. R. 'IiI11-111:1N. .Srrnwi I1 1 I I' lu X 4'111tv1r K 11. . . 111111 Q . 1' . 1 . . II11111112 ,I. I.:m, N. XK1'atI11'r. Ir, Siviinwvis. I'. ,Iv1I111w1i. 'I l11v'd l1'11:1': V. Kr111'1'1-1', R. lk-nprr, I'. XYiIIi:1m-. R. I.r'1111:11"I. XY. Xl.1rIl1111x1I4I. I.. Rzuluvi. AI, Mar- llll, XI1. XY. II1'1'gt'r. l'n111'Hv limi. I.. I 21'in1v11. .I. I.11u-xml. ,I IIPQIIIII. I. I'IVlWIK'l, II. Siinniitmi, II. lzmipl-PII. A, Ilzirklq. VI. IIoIIi11gswurII1. XY. IIr1'1'. NVHITE CHAPTER I'11.vt l1'11:1': 511. Il. Irrmiic. R. I.11111lf-5. ,I. XYf'311111I, I.. Harki- Iriim. I. ll:-slivig. .S'1'1'11111l Rnfrl I. 1'1':uvfr1rvI. XY. Yrviiug. -I. HC' HL II II1 I up 1 I 1i11"'. , R11 . '. I.:1mwrt, R. I.11mIwI1'3, II. H413 unrli. II. 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SvI1Ic11kc'1'. li. I'h:1r:1t1S. II, Smith. Il. Smith, II. Mick. R. 41115, 'I 111111 l1'1v71': 'If Mvrry. II. I,c011111'lI. II. S11tI101'I:111rI, S. 1Qrz1I1z1n1. N, IJ1-11I-1'1vcfI1'r. F. AIZQIIZIITI. N. 5111111-. l"f114rI11 l1'u7z'i K.K 0111114-ll l'. S111'11N:f-11. R. B- 1uIes. Klwlpiwf BLUE CHAPTER I-mm If-it In rvflhf. ' I4 r If' r I.. Burke. B. lbr-writ-3, Mr. Hair, Il. Vlizmee. A, Sciirm-1 and lime: ll, Rieliurrls. S, Ander- son, fi. Riiell. ,I, Vox. AI. Stewart, T. f'0el1i'1n1e, 'lilrini Rim" K' Fowler, R. Alalier. lf. Nelson, l'. Frnsli, Rl. livnmtt, I. Maize, V. I mtl I 1 I' Xi er Filters, 711 'I XiUT'I R. Hill. II.1'mig:, ll. X " Yel' I K' tttn ll R mg. A. :I v , . Kirkenflall, ..,I.O standards fellowship This and social Programs til ri: 'Z ler. .Sr '- t . . 1ehle3. ll. create, maintain and extend, throughout the school and community, high of Christian character." When a boy allies himself with the nation-wide of the Hi-Y, he adopts this high purpose. organization is invaluable to the youth of high school age, both as a spiritual group. The chapters meet each Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Fisher Y. at the meetings consist of a devotional thought presented by one of the members. and a discussion on a topic of current interest. This year's activities included the Hi-Y Girl Reserve outings, Hi-Y date nights, the Hi-Y Girl Reserve Christmas and Easter Church services. and two grand proms. In January and June the Hi-Y potluck suppers were held. lt is at these memorable occasions that the four-square medal is awarded to the member most outstanding in scholarship. religion, service, and sports. Another mile-stone passed this year was the leaving of Sandy Newell. beloved Hi-Y secretary. The boys gave him a farewell banquet. This year saw Richard Arnold bring honor to the Northwest' n H'-Y being elected city-wide and state-wide President of the Hi-Y. Chapter Vkfhite Gray . Red Gold Blue . Sponsor ..Mr. Jerome Mr. Sisson Mr. Ford . Mr. Filbee ...,..Mr. Hair President: Fall Jack Weyand George Kiesel Lynn Morey Dick Arnold Harry Simonton cr 1 groups in President: Spring .Jack Weyand Phil lVlcl.ean Lynn Morey Henry Brockhaus Jack Stewart Page I-'iffy-one l'11.t2 Ifutti l'. llutlci, fx, You 5. liuop, li, Hallo., fi, l'atir' stork, A. lleflrn, l. lliitlev, son. lf. XYisi', all-N lliielllllvr, llimiipsmu. A. lxolk. ll. ll: XK'lwelm't', li. gl. XYri'l1t. l'. Alxler, Al. llznlilwlell. hl. l rzni' ellie, Y, Slit-s13,' l'. XY:irl1r'r, Xl. llzirry. X, ltxzms. rl. l'.l5. lr-5. ll, lismlte. R. klcpiv, ' lhllins. ll. l"ritst'l1. .' vimzm. S. Ktrusr, vl. Tun xl. Stewart. N. vllllllvfl. Wlofzweatafr, Stamper, it's your turn to go to the printers . . . Theres a girl at the door to see Kenny, says she's his sister-third one todaygyand I heard he's an only child . . . Look at Betty Ann trying to think up new adjectives to describe Bill Campbells orchestra lushall l say: Aslith and slither' or Ajive and jitter'?"J . . . Goldy, get this typed . . . Somebody going to Sanders?-make mine a hot bittersweet on maple nut pistachio . . . Phil looks worn out. and you know those black eyes he says he gets in baseball'-well, I heard . . , This V00-li "io'i5QSSii-chair, there goes the wheel again . . . Sherry and Allan rummaging through everybody's books looking for doodles to read characters with -Mthe little book tells all, they say-ibut they got the worst of it, see feature sectionl . . . Here comes that Mr. Aptekar again. UYes, sir. we'll be quiet, yes sir." . . . Money for Gerry? l'll give it to her-Ol you can trust me CH . . . VJhere's that Spanish Club copy? . . . Selmier, get your feet off the desk: alright, but suppose Mr. Weiskotten should walk in . . . Hey, leave that glue alone . . . Thus might have run the conversation in Room ll lNorwester office to youl on any busy day. But that was only one side of the picture. To produce the book required serious things. too: Willingness of the staff members to give up other things and spend their time on the Norwester, co-operation, imagination, and most of all. plenty of hard work. The staff owes much to the guidance and advice of Mr. Vyleiskotten, the faculty sponsor: and much to Miss Guenther and the art staff for the book's fine design. The staff also appreciates the co-operation of the entire faculty and student body. lt was the aim of the entire staff to make the 1941 Norwester the finest yearbook the school has ever produced. In any event we hope we have satisfied You. I uae Fzftyatuqo ke ,Xrmuzfl Ii'f1rr'1 S. Rose, gl. Felmier Xl. Yr-slnirg. ll. A. Reskc. Bl. lx .Xllt'llsxun'tl1, A. lliirllvy. 'lim li'mr': K. llaiinr. ll, llfwell, 4 Krogstzul, l'. Klclmziii. Rl. 'l Stximper. lfuttl li'fv:s': Xll. 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Rl"l'lI l'Rl'l'f'HIi'l"l' Prcxinlclxt Yicm--I'l'csi4lvln 1 I M.-XRGYERITE HE.-X'l'H JAVK XYEYANU Secretary ' 'rcnsurer XX FX AND PPOCRHAI 9 PRITKHLTT lxll:SEl Nlcll'XX XRXOI D Ill' VI ll ROOF HF-XTII FRTCRSOX JACK WELYAND Treasurer June Class President Hi Y White Chapter Treasurer White Chapter Hi Y Student Countil Debate Club N Club Varsity Football Varsity Track Hi Y Presidents Council HENRY BROCKHAUS Student Council President Vice President Student Council President Vice President Secretary Gold Chapter Hi Y President Debate Club President Radio Dramatics Club President Inter Club Council President Treasurer I atm Club Vice President National Honor Society Chairman June Senior Social Committee A Cappella Choir RUTH PRITCHLTT President Dance Club President Jane Austen House President Alpha Chapter Girl Reserves President Fxecutive Board Girl Reserves Vice President Senior Class Cortes ponding Secretary Student Council two terms Student Council Forum Club Information Council Marching, Band National Honor Society Magna Cum laude Diploma Perfett Attendance GEORGE KIFSEI President Senior Class President Gray Chapter Hi Y President N Club Inter Club Council Spanish Club Captain Varsity football All city Allstate football National Honor Society Receiver of Spade Honor Roll Cum laude Diploma Basketball lum Track Team Baseball lneam Council Editor Norwester Iresident Student Council Vice President N Club Debate Club latin Club National Honor Society Honor Roll Magna Cum laude Diploma DICK ARNOI D President United Artsmen Track Team Cross Country N Club President Pershing House President Debate Club National Honor Society President Gold Chapter Hi Y President City Wide. Hi Y President State Hi Y Publicity Director Colt Chairman June Publicity Committee PEG HEATH Secretary 12A Class President G A A Girls Tennis Team Girls Business Club Executive Board Secretary Girl Reserves President Beta Chapter Girl Reserves Secretary National Honor Society Secretary Spanish Club Setretary Inter Club Council Secretary Betsy Ross House SHFRRY ROOP Vice President and Treasurer Jane Austen House Assistant Editor Norwester Vice President latin Club Spanish Club Radio Dramatics Club Girl Reserves National Honor Society fencing Club Magna Cum laude Diploma Chairman IZA Committee Colt Staff and Christmas Pair Committee PAT HEATH President Betsy Ross House Secretary Student Council Secretary Inter Club Council President Gamma Girl Resenes Vice President and Treasurer Spanish Club Radio Dramatics 10th Grade Declamation Cum laude Diploma National Honor Society Marching Band Senior Orchestra Queen of Christmas Fair Golf Team HAL ERICKSON Vice President two terms Hi Y President Science Club two terms Student Council Chairman IZA Commencement Committee Senior Play Varsity Iootball A Cappella Choir Secretary State Older Boys Conference IZA Prom Committee Executive Board Secretary H X Varsity Track Badminton Club Varsity Octet Pershing House Executive Board PHII. McI.EAN: Varsity Football. Varsity Baseball, President Gray Chapter Hi-Y, Inter-Club Page Fifty seven if Abdo, Louis Allen, Adeline Anna Alotis, John Anderson, Helen Information Council Anstandig, Shirley Appel, Elizabeth V. lul'oi'ul1itiuu Council Class Play Ashman, Dolly Abler, Phyllis May Vice-president French Club Forum Club Noruester Staff Alexander, James R. Anderson, Catherine A. Badrnintou Club Anderychuck, William Anticoli, Elda President Pep Club Secretary Pep Club Armil, Richard W. Asteriou, Mary Bair, Marion Elizabeth Balk, Elaine E, Barber, Ellen Anne Batten, Murray President Riding Club G. A. A. Board House Basketball Barnes, Dorothy Muriel Forum Club House Committee Baubie, Frances Jane Yicefl'resirlent Girl Reserves Color Committee Agnew, Walter E. Allensworth. Mary Kathryn Cum Laude Diploma Xorwester Staff President 283 Anderson, Esther lrene Spanish Club Girl Reserves Varsity Hockey Angilley, Fred Anton, Sid E. Arnold, Dick President Pershing House President Gold Chapter Yarsity Track Autry, Opa Service Club Bannhard, Rose Marie House Committee Barnett, Robert M. House Football Baune, Kenneth Assistant Editor Norwester Vice-President Pershing House National Honor Society Baurle, Clara M. Beaudry, Geraldine Nl. Benford, Bernice O. Billings, G. William Blake, Betty Jane German Club Norwester Stat? Blough. Thelma J. Senior Chorus Miracle Book Flub House Committee Bourdas, Daniel Breneman, Jack Briggs. Lillian A. Baxter, Alton Beer, Karl R. Norwester Stall Berg. Elaine M. Fawn Club Billups, Pope Neil Blaty, Edward School Band House Swimming Boone, Ethel Latin lflub House Committee Bowles, Richard E. Track Team Red Chapter Hi-Y Brishgold, Joseph Norwester Art Staff Brockhaus, Henry Beach, William H. "N" Club Varsity Baseball Hi-Y Bell. Dorothy Bielaczyk, Eugene J. Birdsall. Jean Elizabeth Girl Reserves Llloiiorury Blemberj Blett, Betty J. Girls Basketball Team Library Staff Boulden, Virginia Brantley, Leatha Beatrice Girl Reserves Home Economics Club House Basketball Breuer, Emily Service Club German Club Forum Club Brown, Alice Geneva Prebidem T4 O. M. Club President Student founcil Hume Ecpiwmifs Club Pres. lnterflub Fuuncil P.Uf11fH,Cl11b, Vice--l're-iiilciit National Lxcflsmr Glfl Reserves Honor Society B,-own, Millefson Emeline Brown, Shirley Ruth Brownstein, Lewis L. Dance glut, Service Club House Bowling Tambula Amity Club Bunce. Margaret Eleanor Burgess, Edward Burk, Laurence A. tice-President Debate Club Vice-President Pershing School Uratorieal Xvinner House Honor Society Burke. Edward M. Amity Club Boys Chorus Busch, Ruth Marilyn Calloway, Lucille Campbell, June E. tiirl Reserves, Gamma Chapter Vice-President Girls Business Club Student Council Carpenter, Louis F. Colt Commodore Dance Band Cawthorn. Mary Nell Chapman, David J. Vice-Pres, Hathaway llouse lli'Y, XYhite Chapter Christopher. Fanny F, Secretary Miracle Book Club Service Club Cole, Ralph D. Service Club School Dance Band Burling, Rita Maxeme German Club 'lireasurer Debate Club Service Club Byers. Betty Lee Calloway, Lucius junior Orchestra. Hou-.e Track Senior Chorus Campbell. William B. llnlf Team. Captain Leader of Colt Commoilores Orchestra Trezisurer of liray Chapter lli-Y Carter. Grace A. llome liconmnics Club Amity Club Servlet Club Centilli. Sidney August Urlicefs Club Fencing Club Rifle Team Chatham, William H. Clements, Tom Coleman, Margaret Ann President, Excelsior Girl Reserves Forum Club French Club Treasurer Hi-Y Burnstein, Donald J. Calas, Tessie Camp. Mattie Olive Spanish Club Amity Club Glee Club Cantor, Allen B. Hi-Y, Gray Chapter Caulkins. Emma Jean French Club Archery Club Pep Club, President lhirter Xlembrr intl X President of Blu Chapter Hi-Y Latin Club Chance. Robert L. 1 - . 2 c Chrisjohn, Marshal Football School Boxing Cole. Jane Lee Service Club Cook, Louise House Basketball House Swimming Conn. Bernice Raby Superintendent, Library Staff Spanish Club Forum Club Craddock. Cartye B. Cunningham, Agnes Pres. Girls' llusuiess Club Cnrrespnnfling Secretary Student Cnnncil Commencement Committee Davidson. Gladys M. Service Club llnnor lliplnnia Davis, Naravisa Home licnnnniics Club Varsity Hockey Team DeRoven. Clarence Sergeant R.O.T.C. Domke, Irene Service Club House Basketball Team Downing. Ruth A. Forum Club Dunbar. Ophelia Girl Reserves Excelsior Earle. Shirley Cotton. John K. llres. "N" Club Hi-Y. Blue Chanter Varsity Football K Track Craighead, Kathryn Damiani. Albert Davis. Aileen F. Service Club llnnnr lliplnuia Denbroeder, Norman G. Secretary Hi-Y. Red Chapter Golf Team AllCity Orchestra Dillard. Marilyn Lucille Girl Reserves Varsity Hockey Team Donahue. Margaret Dubry. Pegge President Girl Rf-serv es Secretary Treasurer 109 G. A. A. Board Dungill. Kenneth F. House Committee Hnuse Track Team Easley, Fred C. Courtney. Mildred R. Basketball Team Bulletin Board Committee Crook. Sheila Ann A Cappella Choir Sec. Chess K Checker Club French Club Darling. Georgia Ann Debate Club A Cappella Choir Fencing Club Davis. Dorothy Lee Amity Club Xnrsity lluckey Team Denson. Betty E. Girl Reserves r Home Econunncs Club Dinon. Elizabeth J. Field Hockey Team Basketball Team Service Club Downie. Robert C. President Hi'Y Dudley. Allan L. Cnlnr Committee Art Editor, Xorwestcr '40-'41 Norwester Staff '39 Dunn. Bonnie Lee Edwards, Jane Clare Library Staff Supervisor President Home Ecminniics Executive Board 1511, Club Girls Business Club President Chess and Checkers Club Service Club Eldridge. Helen E. Spanish Club Enyedi. Margaret A. Evans. James faptain Varsity Baseball Yarsity Basketball Hi-Y. Gold Chapter Evans. Virginia L. fiirl Reserves l.atin l'lul1 Bailminton Club Farr. Jeanne Norwester Staff Feeman. Charles F. Ford. Coit C. Fotis. Eleanor Frederick. Audrey L. Dance Club Senior Chorus Fugett, William Ellington. Warren D. Senior Band House Basketball House Track Epperly. Margorie E. Evans. Leonard Everslield. Faith Cynthia A Vzippella Choir Iiirls Glee Vlnlw Nnrwcster Staff Farrington. Betty Finney, Marjorie Jane Fort. Alice E. A Cappella Choir Senior Chorus Fowler. Clement Secretary-'l'reasiirer 110 A Cappella Choir Treasiirei' Rarlin Drzimatics Cluli Freeman, Beulah Gaganis. Anna J. A Cappella Choir fiirl Reserves Radio Dramatics Ely. June M. Yice-President Girl Reserves Spanish Cluli G. A. A. Board Erickson. Hal Secretary lli-Y Varsity Fnotlvall Student Council Evans. Lovell R. Boys Glee Club Senior Chorus Farmer, Marlin T. Favazza. Peter A. "N" flulv Varsity Football Varsity Track Fisher. Shirley M. Chairman House Committee Forth. Leon W. Hi-Y. Gold Chavter Treasurer Spanish Club Fox, Winslow G. A Cappella Choir National Honor Society Fuchs. Eva M. Varsity Tennis Team Varsity Swimming Team Dance Club Gaines. Edward A. Gaizauskas. Bruno J. R.U.T.f'. Rifle Tram Garz. Helen Secretary German Vluh NorweSter Staff IZA Publicity Committee Gaynor. James J. Flulu Varsity Basclmll llnuSe lfontlmll Genge. Frederick C. Hi-Y Latin fluh Gheen, Patricia Gibas, Stella D. Gierlowski, Mary S. Golden, Dolores M. Gooding. Jess V. Varsity Footlmll llivY, xvhllf fhabter "N" Club Gardner. Bert A Vappflla Vhuir B055 filo? flluli Service Club Gatzke. Betty Jane Gartner. Maurice Fred Hi-Y, Gray Chapter Hmmnr Roll Gaujanian. Angeline Vice-Presizlent, A Vappclla l'-f'l'1IY'l1 Clllll Vhnir Nat ifinal llmwr Society Girl Reserves Geelhood. Virginia R. Genz. Ross llmiat' lfootllzill Yarxity Fnntlizill licrman flulu Gholston. Catherine Excelsior Girl Reserves Gibbons. Hugh Gillam. Owen George Goldsby. Charles S. .X Vappella Vlmir Senior Llwrus Gendloif, Hyman llrnhc Bnskr-tlmll llmifc Track George. Virginia M. lliptzxiti Swimming Tern lr. A. A. llimrfl llnuw flvniniittcc Giacomino, Florence Gibson, Betty Ann Goebel. Alfred Goldstein. Herbert flier-r l.e:irlr'r llmwe Swinnniug llullsft Truck Goodman. Selma Myrna Gove. Harold G. House l'omniittQr' Forum Cilulv French Clulu Gilliam- MHY Elizabeth Graham. Stanley Keith Grandy, Betty Lou Senior Fherus :za History umm Ran Girls Glee Cluls Public Address Staff Il'-nor Diploma Announcer 5 'Qs ,Q FP g-J' A 2' Grass, Betty V. lfrxrum lflulz Gregory, Helen lnt'mni:nimi Vmiilcil Grogan. Iska E. Hall, Archie Haller. Alexander Hamon. Jack Harlan. Lorraine Harris. Marjorie Hawkins. Dorothy E llnllfr' l'nnimittfe' Spauiisli l'lul1 Heath. Peg Sffrralary Senior Plas: Prcsirlent Girl Rt-st-ries I'resirlr'ut G. A. A. Gray. Pauline E. llouse fomniittre Gribble. Alice Margaret Yict'-l'l't'simlt-tit lfrriicli Fluli iiirl Rt-serxcs l.ilrai'5 Staff Groves. June President 109 'I'rensnrer Girl Rrserxcs Xrvrwester Staff Hall. Erlene Hamilton. Genevieve Hardenbergh, Alan llifY. Hrilrl lnliztptrr Sr-rxirf lllulm Harper. Alvin Hatcher, Kenneth Hawrer. William Heath. Pat I're'si1lent 202 l'i'C'sirlrnt Girl Rescrxcs Greenway, Izora Girl Reserves Grimm, LaMarr C. Svcrrtz4r'3 l'lulv Yai'-ity llaiketlnzill lui-Y. Hray Vhaiutrr Grumbache. Marcella llmxse llimmittre Hall. Gertrude Hammond. Charles Hargrave. Shirley W Harris. Gladys Hauck. Charles Heard. Eugene. Jr. Heller. James A. Secretary Hi-Y. th-ld Vhapter Secretary Student lirxuncil A Vrippella Choir Hemple, Joyce Service Club Hess. Shirley June Vice-President l86 President Girls' Business fluli National Honor Society Hodges, Marjorie Holm. Edward Howell. DeMoyle Concert Band Marching Band Jackson. Charles Jamgotchian, Edward ll emlrer of the Norwe lllfflllilllflll Staff ster Jinnett. Virginia Spanish Cluh Bulletin Board Chairman. Betsy Ross Circulation Staff, Norwester Huston, Henry Higginbotham. Vivien Hogg, Gloria A. Service Clulx Holmes. David Hughes. Calvin Jacoway. Nancy W. Member Girls' Pusiness Cluli Miracle Hook flulr Honor Roll Jefferson. Evelyn Mazie Johnson. Aileene Johnson, Harriet Johnson. Hubert Jones. Annie Jane Jones. Carl E. Herrmann, Edward Hinds, John H. Holden. Clarabell Spanish Flulv l.ilwrary Staff Forum Cluli Hovell. William S. Norwester Staff Hurns, Mary J. llnuse Fomniittee Jarrett. Ruth Evelyn Girl Reserves Flothing Clulr Jenner. Bernice Johnson. Grace Frances Johnson. Wilbur Jones. Arvil Jone, Jeanette Kalmus. Fred Prcsiflent tiirl Rcservei Chapter, Ever Loyal Nutshell Staff llousc Committcc Kantgias, Mary President Radio Dramatics Club Girl Reserves, Alpha Circulation Manager of thc Cult Kassel. Charlotte Jean llnwlitig Vluli Service Club Kendrick, Julia Mae French t'lul1 Service Club Kettler, Kenneth King. Ruth S. G. A. A, Representative 10A Service Club Klepp, Robert Koss. Robert F. Kromm. Edward L. Officer R.0.T.f,'. Captain Fencing Team French Club Lancaster, Flora Blue Chapter Hi-Y Kaplan, Florence Keller. Donald Kennelly, Jr., Cletus Kiesel. George C. F. President of Senior Class l'resiflent of lli-Y, Gray Captain of Footliall Team Kitaltis, Gust Senior Band Marching Band Studio Band Kluge, Thelma M. Krogstad, George Co-Advertising Mlittnger Norwester lli-Y. Gold Chapter Colt Advertising Staff Krueger. Marjorie Ann Secretary Information Council Debate Club Latin Club Landry. Eileen li. A. A. Bonrfl Girls' Shorts lirlitnr on C Girls' Business Club olt Kaneko. Grace Karl. Harold Kelly. Leland Kett. Lyle. Jr. Secretary-Treasurer Roosevelt House Debate Team Latin Cluli King. Betty Jane Klein, Harold Knell. Robert Finance Committee, Roosevelt House R.U.'l'.C. Corporal Kron, Irene Lillian House Basketball House Bulletin Board Committee Kuttzworth. Dorothy Langabeer. Robert Lamb, Roger Leary. Dorothy Leemon. Ruth Leah Vanity Swimming Team Xnrwester Staff Forum fluli Lewis, Virginia Jane Lavrin, Duane R. Law, Jack Treag.. Stuclvm Founcil lli-Y, Gray Fliziptcr Tennis Team fiC'l'I1lilll Cluli Cum Lauilc Le Comupte. Douglas R, Leeds, Douglas ll ork in bclioul lunch ruum SETHCZIHI in ll.l3.'l'.f. Leszczynski. Stephen Linnig, Beatrice L, Girl Reservei. Beta l'h:11itr-r Y?l1'SiU' 'l'PlH1if Tfrlm lfreuch l'luli llnuse Committee Looney, Ben Lowe. Harold Lynem. Patricia House Vommiltee l.:itiu Vlulv Scuirn' Vhurus MacDougall. Gordon Maddox, Edgar Major. Margaret Scholarship fommittee Service Club Baclmiiitou Vlulm French l'luli Lord, Virginia Lykes. Ruby Mae Senior Fhurus MacDonald. Gladys House fmnmittee Maclntyre, Don Maher, Richard F. lli-Y. Blue Vhzimtr Senior Orchestra Radio Dramatic, Club Maliszewski, Eugene Lewis. Betty Jane G. A. A. Lockrie, Milford Love. Helen Lanier Iiirl Reserxu. liver Loyal Lynch. Vivien Art Vunimittef-. Senior Claw MacDonald. Warren G. Varsity Fwvtlvzill-llslxkctlrilll lli Y. lirziy l4l1llIllCl' MN" Clulw MaclVlillan. Emma A. tiirlh Businews l'luli lmnce fluli Service fluli Maize. Jack C. llzisketliall Team fiolf Team "N" fluly Mallos. Goldie Seeretziry'-Treasurer Serx ici' Vlulw Nnrwcster Stall V N:it'l llunor Society is .R it Q., 'lx A Q 5 .vung A 6 6 5. . Lf , 5' 15. qt, lf ".., Q' X 'C' 4 9-S fi ,Ti -- I' '-.- if ,,k.:v "2-x i"': ' , ,.,, mb .,Vg T J :-'- p 1. e '. -v.,, 5 of x. 5 X W ..-. .A 5 in Q if . ffjsfzi . f i f 1' xl we if C yt 'c 3 . Manning Harold Mardigian Margaret G. NXXIITIYYIHIZ Team Home Pcnnomtcs Clulm Marnick Betty Rose Nt-fret tri Fencing fluls X X Board s i 1 Martin Jack C. ray fhziiitci' Matthews Margaret Netiice llulu I louse L ommittec McGough. Rita M. lfziwii Club-Secretary Mclntosh. Mary McLean. Virginia A. Girl ReSeri'eS --Treasurer Swimming Team G. A. A. Board Meade. George E. faptain, Cross Country Team Ynrsiiv Track Team lfluh Menzell. Dorothea A. Lilimry Staff Manning. Harris S. Markey. Genevieve Girli Business Clulm Service Vlulv Executive Board. Helen Keller lluuae Marshall, Edna Pearl Girl Rexerxe: Girls' Glee l'lul+ Martin. Jack McCullough. Bill Yariity Baseball liriwlirig Tczmi Spanish fluli McQuigan. Richard McKinley, Vernon McQuerter, Jean Mears. Mary Jane Service Vlulu Hmmr Roll Merritt. Marion Maraldo. Julia Gloria Maronick. Betty Deniece Beta Chapter. Girl Rexerves Vice-President. llarn Club Senior Play Mathews. Dorothy Marie Martin. Lewis McGee. John T. Student Araiamnt in Chem- iitry Science Club Mcllwain. Esther l lmiae Scholarship Commit- CEC McLean, Philip H. Preiident, St, Vrvuncil Preiideul. lli-Y, Gray Ch Yzirsity Fnotlmzill and Ilasehall Mead. Jane Mellberg. Floraine Metcalf. Kenneth Cum l.auf'le Diploma Red Chapter- 'Ili-Y lst Sergeant-R. U, T. C. Meyers, Betty Anne House Committee-Betsy Ross Miller. Eva Girls' Glee Club Forum Club House Committees Moebs. Shirley J. Varsity Swimming Team Girl Reserve-Q Gzinnnri Ch Bowling Team Monri. Elvera Home liconomics Club' Bulletin Bnwrcl fulnmittee Moorhouse, Geraldine J Service Club Michals, Charles Milligan, Troy Mogolis, Alvin R. l'nite4l Artsman Nurwester Stuff R. U. T. C. Moore. Joyce Loraine Cult Staff Library Stall' Girls' Gulf Team Morcy. Lynn Morgan. Shirley J. Morris' Barbara Girl Reserves Gamma Ch. Girl-3 Business Club' fTreas. Honor Roll Morse, Paul L. Xational Honor Society Red Chapter--Ili-Y German ClubfPresiilent Muirhead. Lilias J. Service Club Neilson. Irene A Czippella Choir-M Librarian Senior Chorus Girls' Glee Club Nelson, Marie Mueller, Phyllis L. Honor Roll Treasurer of 176 Service Club Munson. Shirley G. Service Club Nelson. David Norvell, Christine Service Club Honor Roll Mika, Leonard Moberley, Leona Moir, Eugene Moore, Marguerite Morgan, Bill Morrow. Mary Girl Reserve -f Excelsior Muench. Marian Lois Program Committee fBet:y Ross Myers, Lily A. Nelson, Frank Nye. Harvey O'Hearn, Virginia Olson, Viola Marie Overton, Modalle Packard, Raymond 9 L-1'x 'ice Club Pantera, June M. Oliver, Zeynoire Girl Reserves--Excelsior O'Neil, Thomas Owen. Joyce l.:itii1 Club Volt Stzitl' Palmer, Marion Laverne House Basketball House Swimming Team Pardy. Ruth Forum Club Parrish. Marie Josephine Patient. Geraldine lliune Economics Club Pearson, Roger Peyton. James lloutli' Diploma National llnnnr Society lntortruitimi t'otiiicilfPr.'s Circulation Nlglx. Norwestcr Perry. Raymond George President, Spanish Club Vieefpresitlent. Cluli Varsity lfmitlirill Phippen, Shirley M. Forum Club Sec"y Treas- Lincoln House Hirncle Bnulg Club Gray Chapter. Hi-X Piper. Joan A. Student Council A t':ippella Choir l'l!'L'llCl'I Club Posner, Violet Service Club Piper. Mary Virginia Girl Reserves, Beta Ch. Badminton Club Sec'y. .lane Austen House Potter. Betty Olson, Harry lluu-e Swimming Team Vlie-s K Checker Club Onickel, Irving R. lfrencli Club Senior Band Pack. Felix Xftrsity Track Panayotides. Kaliope Nzititlnnl Honor Society Student Council tiirl Reserves fizimmu till Palmer, Ethel 12A Cap and Gown Coin- mittee tiirl Reserves Patterson. James L. Pew. Henry Joseph Vzinierzt Club Auditorium Stat? lluwling Team Pickett, Dorothy Juanita Girls' Reserve Basketball Tc-am Pococlz. Peter lli-Y Camera Club Pouleras, Alice Madeline All-City Concert :ind Ban quet Orchestras String Quartet Senior Orchestra Pritchett, Ruth M. Vice-Pres., Senior Class Pres., Jane Austen House Exec. Pres., Girl Reserves Quarles, Mildred J. Raskin. Lawrence B. Captain. Varsity Track Varsity Football City Indoor High llurdle Champion Reaume. Lois Renwick, Jane Richardson, Vernon Roberts, Norma H. Robinson, Charlotte Grace Field Hockey Service Club Honor Club Roper, Beverly Rothwell. Richard S. House Baseball House Football Probst, Shirley Rafferty, Tom Red Chapter. Hi-Y Boxing Rayburn. William B. Varsity Cross Country Redmond. Arlene L. Bowling Club Reske, Betty Ann Literary Editor, Nurwester Sec'y, Information Council A Cappella Choir Nat'l Honor Society Richey, Maxine Robertson. Jack L. Future Craftsmen of Amer. Rogers, Betty Jean Ross, Florence Rudolph, Elaine M. Girl Reserves, Beta Chapter Captain Tennis Team SeC'y-Treas., Badminton Club Protacewicz. Loraine Chairman, Attendance Coin mittee Service Club Ramsay, Lucille Ann President, Latin Club Vice-Pres., German Club Magna Cum Laude Reason, Dorothy M. Latin Club Rellias, Gus William Richards. Ernest H. Science Club Service Cluh Ritz. John Robinson, Annabelle Roop. Sherry Jane Vice-Presiilent, 204 tiirl Reserves. tianinia Ch Asst Etlitur, Nul'u'r-strl' Rosser. Arthur George House Track Cross Country Track Varsity Track Runyon, Norman G. Rupp, Robert Russell, Allen S. Yursrtx Bztsl-retlrilll lflull Ili-Y Samuels. Harold J. .X l'.l1q.t-llzr l'hnir Scandary. James M. llnn-c Swimming lluu-r Truck Schwabe. Jane St-nittr l'lLl5' Scott, Donna lxtlttnr, lull Settles. Harold M. llnnsr Swimming llwnsr Fnntlrfrll llnnsr Trqlck Shaver. John Whitman Shesty. Vera R. llelmtr l'lnlr l.:rtin Vluln Nnrwestt-r Staff Siegal. Ben B. lim? Yzrrsitx' Tennis llntlmintun fluli Rushford, Georgia B. Ross, Bernard N tcc-Pres., Fencing Club Vnptztin. Service Club llunse Sports Russom. Frances E. Hon-C Brtsketllall Hon-S Hockey Ynrsity Fnotlnnll Sandler. Gaye Marie Schechter, Nathan Schwartz. Elizabeth Ruth l'lut'nln llllllr Miracle Bunk fllulm Seccia. Albert Shaffer. Dorothea M. E. Ret'm'tling Secretary. Student Vmurvil Vice-'l'r'vsitlctlt. ,lunc Austen llnnst' Hirl lies:-t'x't-Q. Alphzr l'h Shaw. Lloyd T. Yztr-ity Ftmtllall llluln lluncr Bantl Shivers, Ethel G. llirl liwrtwes Silsby. Oliver M, lltzltl f'l1'tptcr llifY llmkcetlnzrll Spanish Vlulr Rust. Charles Sautter. Margaret A, Yin-ity lluukvg l.1lrr:try Stutf lluner llzlslcrtlrzlll Scheck. Betty Scott, Audrey lltfusc Swimming Selmier. Victoria Joan tiirl lies:-txt-N. lirtzt lllmlutri 'lrrzrstttt-1', liguliu Iiranuutics l'lnl, Yin- l'lL'Nl4lt'lll. lfnrntn flulr N.rt'l llunnr Society Shaffer. Marion E. Snrizrl lklnttnittee Shawois, Ruth Shusta. Helene Spanish f'lnlp Ntnuestrr Start? Tennis Silvers. Chester H. Ftmtlrzrll Blue flxtrptv,-r lli-Y Simmon. Oscar E. Simons, Barbara Colt Staff German Club Hockey Slater. John A. Spanish l'luli Smith, Charles Solis. Arthur Southatd. Dorothy Stevens, John Theodore Volt Stuff House Sports Stinson, James A. House Swimming House Football Sullivan. Helen G. Sykes, Dorothy Louise Winifred Girl Reserves-Excelsior Simon. Catherine Simonton, Harry Curtis Pres., Northwestern lli-X Executive Board Radio Dramzitics Bzulinintun Club Slough, Eunice Marjorie Smith. Dorothy Eileen Ynrsity llncke-y Te-:nn lluu-c Basketball Somenski. Phyllis Eleanor lforuni Vlub French Vlub liblt Stuff Sprecher, Gloria Darleen Forum tilub Miracle Bunk Stewart, Jack C. Student Vouncil Simon. Lois Skurski. Henry Robert House Suimming Team House Basketball Team l.ibr:iry Stzilf Smiley. Carol E. tlirl Reserves Smith. Mildred Erleme llnnsc Hockey Sorbin, Roger F. 'lli'r'ns1ii'el', Forum Vlub Sturgeon, John Sticksel, William K. fJfCllt'Nl1'll Blue- Vlinptcr lli-Y, Pres. llzunl Bbw llc llub Strubinq. Ernest J. Sec'y-Trans., Lincoln Houst- Sweet. Fenton Sylvester. Florence Science Club Pres. :mtl Sec'y of 209 Suda, Frank J. J. President. Hatlmwziy House Service Club Swindlehurst. Doris Merle Yzirsitg llnsketlmll Tr-:nn lluusr- 'licuuis 'lie-Luu Sncizll t'nlun1i!trc Talasslan. Mary llunur Roll Other Stxitl' Service Club 9-C Tappan, Robert Tesorero. Abraham Thomas. Robert C. Tarrant, Mildred O. Senior Chorus Girls' Gln-e Club J, Tesorero, Isaac P. A Cappella Choir. Pres. Fencing Club, President Varsity Quartet Thompson. Ben President of Lincoln House 1791101113 Club Secretary of Gray Chapter A- 01221111251 1-N" flul, Lolt Photos Timbers, Josephine Torossian. Edward Senior Play Forum Club Emily Timm. Thomas H. Truman. Carlton R. Varsity Football R. U. T. C. Rifle Team Tuchenha en Henrietta F. Tllfflffv -1311195 E S ' . .' ,. Yin'-l't't'a.. Home Rm. 170 5l'flW4U'f Af' Nim Baal-gt-tball Urguhart. Lois S- VanGaalen, Agnes Treas., Jane Austen House Honor R011 Treas.. Beta Girl Reaerves Bowling Secl'etriry, G. A. A. VanNest. Hazel Vanzandt, Bette Verbridge. Earl Neal Vefnlef' John E' Arclic-ry Club I louse Bowling Service Club Vosburg. Marjorie Walden. Lillian Pres.. Helen Keller House l'f1fa1l1' lfflfkbb' T011111 Yice'Presit'lent, G. A. A. f'11'l Rl'Nf'1'1'l'5 Treasurer. Alpha Chapter. liirl Reserves Teeghman, Robert E. Archery Club Thomas. George Varsity Track Tierney, Muriel P. Norwester Staff Vice-President, Pep Club Timmins. Thomas L. President, Forum Club lli-Y. Gray Chapter Vice-Pres.. Lincoln llouee Trygg. Hartley R. Archery Club Tunstall. Haney Cros--Countr' Track 'leam 3 Service Club VanKirk. Mary Vartabedian, George G Varsity Baseball Vistakos, Georgia D. Miracle Book Club House Basketball Secretary--209 Walker. George C. President of Amity Club Debatine Team Latin Club Wallace, Henry A, Boys lil:-e fliilw Semper ln forilia llluli, Yice-l'i'rsi1lriit Ward. Frederick wean. Philip Wells. Mary Ann fl. A. A. ltlnqiril Norxxestr-r Slzitl Whitt, Dorothy Ann A l':ippcll,i l'linir Varsity Sninnning Ta-am Dance Vliili Wiegand. Betty Sirini-li iiliili Winkoff. Frances Williams. Prescott H. Ili-Y, liiyiy l'l1.qm!t'r llnii-v Swirls Wilson. Winifred M. Varsity llinclivj' Bznlminton liliili lfrencli Vluli Wright. Betty Jean fi. A. A. Boziril Norwester Staff Senior Play Walsh, D. Lyndon Bowling Baseball Ward. Joyce D. .Xttmiclziiicv Si-c'y. 2414 Wein, Charles E. Scninr flinriis lli'Y l'linx'iis Wenk. Wayne W. Whittaker. Patricia I. 12A lblui' fiiltiiliitter llisplzly l'liili lixcciitivr liinml IN, Wiegand. Jeanette lflmlniiiitmi Vliiln Spzini-ll liliili llnii-is 'lin-unix 'llvzini Wilburn. John Paul Wilson, Eleanore C. l'rrf:-rt Attriinlfiiicr Wise. Frances Wvnneparry, Betty M .X lqzippc-lla Flinir Senior f'hnriis Spanish Cliili Walton, John L, Yzirsity 'l'eiinis 'l'e:im C'luli Music Warner, Phyllis 4 tiirl Rc-seiwcs. lizmimn Ch Xnrwestei' llnwling Cluli Wells. Mariann K. Sec.. .X farm-rllzi l'lniirg l.:itin l'liili lfrlnni'in-cliirl' l'nll Skill Weyand, Jack R. 'lii't-iisiii'ei', Senior Flaw. lies., Winn-1 liziplci, H13 X':trsi!5 Fnntlizill :intl Tm Whitworth. Thomasina Spzliiisli lfliili Sriiinr Urflirstrzl Wieland. Betty Wilkins. Evelyn June tiirl liewiwi-N linninw l'li Rollin llititiizllitw l'ltili Hiil-' lliisiin-N l'liil, Wilson, Gwendolyn Louise Srrxicr lilixlu liirls' lil:-1' lilnli Nvinnie llinrii- Witeen, Sherman Yancy. 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" . 3 11. cj, 1 " 1 V' ' ',', R 1." . .1'kgj1 1"1' 1 1 11' Y.'1'1'r'111 -1,1 Souih, bg, WML ,X xx 1-'V X iw X H XRRX nr ter lx X l malunq, Pershrng House was born rn the aftermath of the World War Up to 'September 1940 rt had as rts counselor Mr C N Vlunro Havrng retched the retrrement lge Mr Munro resrgned hrs posrtron but Pershrng House has been compensated for hrs loss by the rpporntment of 'Vlr C I Carr 1s hrs suecessor lyeryf student rn ll0 has already realrfed tnt 'Vlr Carr rs one to yy hom all drflfrcultres and prob lowed unquestronably Mr Carr we sa ute you Officers for the fall and sprrng terms respee tryely vrere presrdent Al Trrth and Drck Arnold yrce presrdent Larry Burk and Ken Baune Secretary trersurer Johnny Cox and Clem lowler House programs were arranged by lrvrng Fovsler and lxen Baune Jane Austen House hrs been under the superxrsron of but tyyo eounselors durrng the tyyenty seyen yerrs rn rrhrch rt has housed the grrls vsho eetm at the end of ue tlphabet lhere l11Xe been houeyer mtny house presrdents none better than those IX Rl Ill l'RlItIlllI HHIRRX Paar Lrahlu RUN of last year Murrel Stedman yy 1s presrdent rn Sep tember and Ruth Prrtchett the chorce of the grrls rn January Both haye had excellent records rn scholar shrp and leadershrp XVQ wrsh to pay' trrbute to the m rn thrs year s 1 sue of the Norwester The house enrollment has trebled srnce rts rn ceptron and now has a membershrp of Eve hundred and tvrentyf grrls vthrch means that more and more ambrtrous and well trarned grrls tre takrng therr places rn thrs growrng crtyf AI.Blil " rfrrtrrr L, ' 'R -3 I H as r age. 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N XI' HI' 'l ll' Honuvnlt Durmg the past year Roosexelt House muntuned nts hlgh record of 1ch1evement For the past five years lf has excelled all the other boys houses ln number of students on the honor roll Roger Lumley and l-hrry Huber offlcnted durmg the f1ll term as president md vlce prestdent Wlth Lyle Kett as secretary treasurer In the sprlng Harry Huber took over the gavel as prestdent Btll McK1nley became vlce presldent and Wirren lVlacDon1ld be making the All clty Football Team and George Kxesel by maklng the Allstate Team Mr Jerome IS to be congratulated once more for the fine servlce he has rendered for the past twenty five ye1rs to hxs laddles Benq, Home Ambltlous' lhat s the outstmdmg characterlstlc of Betsy Ross House It w1s well portmyed by the gurls thts year for tn addltlon to dlstrlbutmg baskets at Thanksglvmg and Laster they held 1 most successful house party 1n Aprll Whlch featured 1 htlarnous melodrama planned by Betty Nlaromck The conttnued publ1c1t1on of the house paper lhe Nutshell and the sale of yarn dolls added money to the treasury Officers for the fall term were Ruta Jugaszek president Yolanda Koegl vlee prest dent Beth Klng secretary and lVlarg1ret Hennesy treasurer Officers for the sprlng term were Pat Heath prestdent Grace Kaneleo 1nd Lttherme Jett vice prestdents Peg Heath secretiry and Jaclele Knott treasurer Miss Vera Fox IS house counselor Paqe Ezghtrl one , . l s , , Rrluxk 's. 3:1-:K x'o1.A.'nlx Ktllitil, ru' :A 'll t'A'l'r1r-1141x143 , :'r'r ' 1 Q VX L 1 Yi -x cl L I x A . 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I Xil3XRXl'llA5llil-2115 BIAXFA lf.XYAl.l'I ,ll'Nl'1 liR4JYliS BARBARA tllillll-15 MOUNT VERNON 'R LINCOLN ll SIHHX i IIIUN N XI IXIXIUXN 'Wlow'zL Uefuwn, January house presldent Barb1r1 Chambers txeel the eliss colors on the spmnmg wheel and w1lh a wrsh for good luck turned her ofllce our to new president June Groy es 1 hus ended a term of gay tlmes and great accomplnshment 'I he June class of gurls kept up the program yyhrch mcluded durmg each term 1 most successful house party wrth tyle shous dancmg 'end entertunment by talented members of the house layale and Barbara Grlmes and secretary treasurers Shlrley Gray and Pegge Dubry Muss Vyn IS the glrls much loved counselor llncoln House under the superylslon of Mr R C Stoll has enjoyed anoth r hlghly successful year House champlonshxps were awarded rn swrmmrng basketball and track About seyenty boys graduated ln June of whlch many had comprled out standmg scholastic records 'lhe house also contrrbuted tove ard the success of varrous sehool actlyltres by grymg its full co operatlon and efforts yy heneyer called upon to do so Much of thrs pleasant success may be saxd to be due to the fine leadershxp and Splfll yyhlch the house has been fortunate ln enjoylng ln the past few years The officers for the January term were Noble Wrather presldent Bob Thomas XICC presrdent Lrnest Strubllng secretary treasurer Oflicers for the sprung term were Bob 'Ihomas presldent Tom TlmmlHS vlce presrdent James Peyton secretary treasurer be ! f G R. gs. K, 1 wu.x'l'111-:R Box " .ms neu " .my Tu. 'V . A L 7 B I 1 L L Q L ei I' X l Lex. e ' I Hx I I 3 1 VX X ' Y 1 A' X X Y I in C 3 ' I B I S 7 H Y V I q L 1 H K- Y 1 5 I Cther ofhcers for fall and spring terms respectively were: vice-presidents. Bianca T ' e A l I '- , e . V '. ' ' Y I X A I' Y X 1 I H 1 7 Y. I A ' lx y V ' I X A l - ' l Y' ' V I Y. D , ' Y Y .e Kel e see L x ' I . . V . ck y . , Y. . V D I Y ' H 1 ' H ' Y. , l ' Pace Ezqhty-two R4 XURXIX kl'NXl'lJX Jiellm, Wrth ample opportunrty for 1dv1ce and guld ance from thelr counselor Mrss Suaann1 A Clough the glrls of Helen Keller House have shown that thexr motto whatever you do do well IS belng heeded In the sprlng Mlldred Ross house presldent Norma Kennedy wee presldent Mary Z1fr1s secre Ury and Bess Shreve treasurer dnd much to make ..- Helen Keller House 1 real home for Kellerrtes In the fall Marjorne Vosburg house presldent Shirley Hess wee presrdent Jme Weaver secretary yg U H e and Dorothy Comstock rre1surer set an 1nsp1r1ng example for all the grrls The Kellerltes had two hlghly sueccssful house partres and eontrrbuted toward the Publxc Address Sy stem wlth the proceeds from thelr Nut Booth at the Chrlstmas Farr Helen Keller remains the house where quahty counts fnwunlvna ufz, datum Are our counselors for gotten men land wom enjj No and to prove th1s here s a llttle sectron devoted excluslvely t them They are left to rlght bottom row Mr R C Stoll Mrss Susan Clough Mrs E T Wat son second rovx Mr C Carr MISS C Vyn Mr D Jerome top row Mlss V Fox Page Ezghty three NllI.IlRliIP rss g ' . 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T ' nl ex ODE enlnergt 1 Y Blsllujm Harl the champs Vwfxnnxng all the t1t1es there were to w1n IH Detrort hxgh school swlmmmg Qnamely the Crty League and Dual Meet champronshxpsl the Colt swrmmers enjoyed a vxctory banquet at whlch they flrst elected Doug Trrtes marnstay of the past two swlmmmg campalgns as next year s captaln and then proceeded to muse over thelr great season Coached by lVlr Wallace Laury th1s year s Colt team had no great stars as far as natural Bblllfy goes but 1n fight and the wxll to Wm the lads took second place to no one On an aggretron COHSPICUOUS for tts team swrmmmg .llmmy 1VlcGu1rk s great perform ance 1n the Cxty League finals stood out but one cannot slrght the Northwestern relay team of Roger Lumley tcrawll B111 1VlcK1n1ey Cbrcaststrokej and Tom Jones fback ftroktl vxhlch performed br1111antly throughout the campaxgn jvvflaall After an ordlnary season IH 1939 the Northwestern Football Team vowed to wm tht Cxty Champlonshlp rn 1940 A host of varsrty materral returned to brlghten the sxtuatxon and comblnxng th1s maternal w1th great sp1r1t Northwestern defeated Mackenzle 19 0 Redford 33 0 W11bur Wrlght 41 O Southwestern 36 O VJestern 14 7 and Chadsey 14 6 Then Northwestern met the Cooley Cardmals rn the play offs for the West Slde Tltle After playlng a O O tre Northwestern met tts equal but by no means 1ts superior by losrng to the Cardmals 6 O the touchdown bung scored 1n the last quarter Although they lost the last game the Colts tred for the West Slde Tltle and had one of the best seasons IU many years Pace lfzqhtu sn rt! 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Fifi Rurv: " S 0 Q J 1 v 1 1 V . . 3 y 5 t r 1 1 Q s 1 - g lflljlll lohn t n et t 1 luach S lm trvt Xl' Ill f'l'fX IHTHII II I n tlil r J m it r r ii x X ici Cllllff Xl lll If U o ti n e em D ug B111 nl e-rg a6'aalmtlmlL The Colt cagers did well this year. In spite of the size of the players the team won six of its ten games. Northeastern, Mackenzie Redford. Cooley Western and Wilbur Wright bowed before the Colts. while they were defeated by Chadsey South- western. U. of D. and Central. The Colt s defeat of XVestern with a score of '18-Jil was the first since Coach Demaree had come to Northwestern. In January the team suffered the loss of two veterans. Charles Ketterer and Jess Gooding by graduation. High scorer for the year was George Kiesel, with a total of 98 points. Jimmy Ex ans was second with 61 points for the season. 46'aa1.balL The Northwestern High Baseball Team took the field for the opening game with great expeetations The reason for such confidence was that the team was predominantly an aggregation of xeterans Captain Jimmy lzxans Ray Perry John Douglas Chuck McCann Phil McLean Bill Beach and John Exers returned for the 41 season A tal ented group ot newcomers including hard hitting infielders Steve Solis and Bob Judge and a pitcher Yee Wing the only Chinese ball player in the Metropolitan l eague capably filled out the remainder of the team Coach XVallace Laury s guidance of the team was all that could be asked t' e A A 1 Beret linge- ng ter Xlae l n L C CX C tr X me n n t in V ' 7 , 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h x V 5 I 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 ' t 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 7 Y W b 3 Y I i Y. - l v m K -1 1 l i D . Yi ' I A Y 1 Y ' V b I 1 3 Y l 'I I V K ' 1 . ' . 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R bR1chard Jennrngs George Meade Captam Calvm Hughs Robert Edmondson B1ll ay urn ThlS IS the order nn whrch the boys finished last fall Rrchard Jennrngs and George Meade were the only two that qualrfied rn the West Srde for the Crty Meet flmshrng 8th and l0th respectrvely m the West Srde In the Clty Meet Meade fimshed l-fth ind Jenmngs l6th Cross Country rs a hard and gruellmg sport that requlres long hours of practlee and trammg Thxs year the boys were without the benefit of a coach But under the leadershrp of George Meade and Richard Jennings the boys placed fourth on the Vvesl Side barely missed quallfymg for the City Meet by four points Next year wrth the ard of a coach they hope to bring out more boys and praduce 1 champlonshlp team mek The Track Team had 1 very successful lndoor season thxs year Although rt lost its openmg meet to M8CktHIlL lt went on to defeat Cooley and Redford Thls was the Hrst dual meet that Cooley had lost rn l0 years The Colt th1n clads emerged from the West Sade meet as champions for the first trme snnce 1932 Although only four men entered the finals of the City Meet two of them won lndlvldual champxonshrps 1n thexr respective events These boys Were Larry Raskm m the '50 yd hugh hurdle and Charles Button nn the half mrle The team was coached by Sam Bishop and Larry Riskrn was thrs year s captain 555 W ns! R0 n a B :A urn lll le-nmn I s rl ughe- n Url e I 1 t lu 1 In I IX I md 1 li :ey Ilmd I xx y l Xin me e We ne-1 Paae Erqhly exaht 1 , 5 ' : 1 ' , . . . , . j . . ' ' -l ' 1 I v m x 1 ' s ' t . . . X -.1 . . ' I ' 3 n l 3 ' 3 P . X l ' 'A l Vi V I 7 I V I l . 3 x I . . x e . I, x L 3 . e le T. v I e I A . 3 'l'll ' X I 1 A 1 t X . I 3 2 I . " ' , " 1 1 x ' u A 1 1 X 4' 11 V . . . . . . B. X 3 . . 3 B Y . . j - . . . I 'A Y I I I' Y V I . 4 e . , . A We . . ff A 4' , , " . I kg' 'vi F". rv: ll, Tu St ll. , R 5' 'N ll , ll. NYl'r, R, . ' gs V , Sufuizri Row: l'. ima 'e-. l' A W T , ll S, li. Hel mmlsenl. A. ll i -X Y Russrr. fl, A gml , .eg :X V V, K I ' 'W J , I , -req ' " s 2? ' I K llnm iff! fu fffll, lflrx Rem' ll. l.ym1s. ll. l' 'llipg j. XY:-3 and, ff lirittrm. ll. fire-nslgnv. 'I' ' Xlznrshilll. li, lie-s mul. ,S'4'4'u1lfl learn: J, ,l:ncksem, 'l'. llnustem lf. Ruserrigx-11. l'. F: zzzn. fi XIX: c. l.. Rzlslfll. Mr. islf ' 'A fun: R, Bu les. R. Im 'is ll. Rnsrer. B. limlnenlflsml. IJ 1 ' old, lf. lf1"'k-nl, K, "1 ' ' 'I B s Inuit Ix'n:v: N. llc-nllrnetler, IJ. iker. B. l':m1plir-ll. Mr. Nlgiris. 'um left tn rnrlit, Iwrsi li'n7r': Kelly, IJ. Racine, IJ. Lar' . N P Race: Rl ollick. li. thixmaii. Serv I r. llc-innrcn A l li fiegal, 'If Xlerr I W ilt in I 5111! A team guided by Mr. Bert Maris, a man who has brought innumerable champion- ships to Northwestern in his many long years of faithful and efficient service here as a coach, strove to win the city golf title this year. NVith two veterans and a couple of promising newcomers, they practiced long hours and entered their tournaments with high hopes. Bill Campbell Cupon whom Northwestern pinned most of its hopes and who finished sixth last year in city competition with a fine 865 and Jack Maize, another dependable golfer, Dick Buckler and Bill "Wimpy" Roberts, the newcomers, were expected to turn in their share of golfing birdies, eagles, and pars. One thing is certain. the team gave its all down to the last hole. Last fall this team gave Northwestern its Hrst championship of the season. The balance of the squad was so well distributed that the final for the West Side Champion- ship was played between the Hrst team of Irving Fowler and Jerry Ciurman and the second team of Ben Siegal and Ted Merry. Curman and Fowler coming out on top. At the meeting between the East and West side champions and runners-up. Fowler and Gurman gave the Hamtramck second team its first defeat in three years of high school competition, while Siegal and Merry lost a hard fought match to the Hamtramck first team. In the finals Northwestern's first team went down fighting by a score of 6-I and 6-2. With hard work Coach James Demaree feels that the squad returning will be of championship calibre. Page Ii Iqhtif- nine l"ir.rt li'tm'2 J. XYey:nitl. XY. Mac' Ilmmltl. P. Klclxztii. ii, Kie-el, R. l.mnley, NY. Bench. l.. Shaw. .Stmrttl li'tm'I V. Ketlcrer, ll. Trites. ,l. XYaltmi. T. Merry, J. Xlttifr, l., lirimm. B. Bislmp. Ylttrtl limi-: T. June-S. l.. Ruskin, l'. lfztxxllzzi, Il, fiomling. j. ful nm. R. Perry, j. Evtttis. ,l. lh' tiiztrcr. Iftntrtlt Rim-1 R. 'l'lmtnns. I. l"uuler. R. Arnold, ll. llultcr. XY. Vaitipltell. N. Eyler. if Ferris. lwrxl Iftmtf Nl, XYyge-rt, li. l.:.ttlf dry. J. NVr:txi't'. Xl. Ytnslmrg, l'. llc-nth, ll, Kam-ko, j. Barnes. .Yrrmttl li'-uv: Xl. llzmtxmu, li. llrm-tire-I. ll. Xlitrnick. S. lies-. Nl, Kznilgigis. li, Nl. 'l'lmt1ipsoti, 'l' K liqteh. Third Rim: II. Xlurphy. VI. Simun. lf. Rudolph. ll. .-Xiulz-rsult. -l. fztltlplwll. l.. l'i'qiiligtrt, Y, Kit-urge. lftnitrtll fx 1 ll l lt Hut: , 'ie':trd. li. Hulk. N. .Xmlt'tsnti, li. Toxxzlr. l'. Uuliry, ,l. lily. Y. Nlclmitit. II ll The highest honor which an athlete can receive in Northwestern is to be voted into the "N" Club. The ideals and standards of this club are to be greatly admired. Its purpose is to create the Hnest possible degree of good sportsmanship among the athletes of Northwestern and Detroit. The initiation of new members was one of the high spots in this year's activities, but the wienie roast and "N" Club Dance played equally prominent parts. The officers for the autumn term were: George Kiesel, president: Phil McLean. viceapresidentz Roger Lumley, secretary: and Warren McDonald, treasurer. For the spring term the oflicers were: .lack Cotton, president: Ray Perry, vice- president: LaMarr Grimm. secretary: and Warren McDonald, treasurer. 9. J.. Q. The Girls' Athletic Association. of which every girl in Northwestern is a member. was sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Dunn. This year's oflicers were Peg Heath. president: Marge Vosburg. vice-president: Grace Kaneko, secretary: and Jane Weaver, treasurer. The Executive Board consisted of team captains, representatives from each sport club, and l0th, llth. and l2th grade representatives elected from the school at large. One of the main activities of the G. A. A. was the selling of frostbites every Wednesday, the money derived from these sales being turned over to the school. Besides the dances, basketball games, and swimming meets that were managed by the Board throughout the term. a banquet took place in June to bid farewell to the old officers and present the new Board for the coming year. Page Ninety Pram left In rigflrt, lfirxt Ifucvz Im li Lh A. lxzipa , . 'nyizz K, X5 I' Ru tl F lncrg, .. lwichs, W. XYilson. ,S'wmnl Itmvl Il. Sc-lmicr. Y. Rlziy, J. llclper. Ali'-. Dunn. Third Ntnv: Y, Xlc- Lezm, B. I inuig NI l il :Li ll Blett. N. J. YYorthy. first li'uTz': Ki. Hupp, l. l.ug:ul. lx. Xylmrg. l, l.:ittui'e, lu. Nel- son. .S'n'mnl Rmb: .I. Simon. l., XYohlgemnth, F. Free-nizm, -I. Sel- ni E n ' ner. . Murphy. ll. jackson, .. . ntlerson. . Blett, Xl. Vherry. S. tinrilon. ff lillixigtntl. M444 zlulph, l'. llen i, .. Amlcrsun, ll. jackson. Rulloll h. ll. life-1, IJ. Tlzird Ruin: I.. Sewell. Y X B The members of the Girls' Tennis Team are thoroughly envied by every sports- minded girl in Northwestern because of the skill necessary to play varsity tennis. This popular team, coached by Mrs. Mildred Dunn. played six exciting matches with North- eastern, Central. Highland Park. Hamtramck, Cooley, and Southeastern. These matches, which began in May and lasted until June, consisted of three singles and three doubles to each match. The team this year was composed of Elaine Rudolph, captain: Jean Simon, Shirley Hess, Eva Fuchs, and Beatrice Linning, all veterans, and various new recruits. Only nine girls are necessary to play a match, but usually twelve girls compose the team as reserves are very often needed. A few members of the team took part in the Michigan Junior Girls' Tournament, which began May 16 and lasted until May 25 at Kingswood School, where many girls between the ages of fifteen and eighteen competed for honors. The Northwestern Girls' Basketball team this year was one of the most outstanding in the city. It won all six of its interscholastic games, being victorious over Highland Park, Mackenzie, Northern, Cooley, Miller, and Northeastern high schools. The reserve team also won all of its games. The girls also participated in the High School Basketball Play Day and won all the games they played there. Outstanding players on the team were Henrietta Jackson, Nancy Anderson, Jose- phine Worthy, Lois Wohlemuth, and Jean Simon. Nancy Anderson was the team's cap- tain and Mrs. M. Dunn sponsored and coached the girls. Captain-elect for next season is Jean Simon. Page Nmetu one Bda, Half Foref This is the battle cry that brought Margaret MacGregor, Barbara Chambers, Muriel Stedman, Pat Heath, and Fran Wood running to form Northwestern's Girls' Golf Team. These hard workers showed a lot of spirit in all their games, and complaints were unheard of. Mrs. Prudentia Carty proved. as usual, a fine instructor, and Miss Mary E. Clark likewise showed her efiiciency in taking care of all blistered fingers. The team's work for the year included games with numerous high schools, and several matches with the Boys' Ciolf Team. Of course. they let the boys beat them. Margaret MacCiregor was the teams captain for the year. are mum, "Two games won . . . two games tied . . . only one lostTfThat's a good rec' ord for a hockey team," said Miss Elsie B. Vw'atson, sponsor. XVith a lot of talent as well as enthusiasm, Bernice Bishop, captain and center for- ward. did an excellent job of developing the team. Steady practice and real co-operation enabled the girls to leave a successful field. Outstanding playing was demonstrated by the fast and furious pace set by XVinnie XVilson. .lo Wortliy', and Mary Stewart. After a season of fun and frolic, the team wound up with a party at which Edna May Thompson was elected captain for the fall season of 1941. lf. NY..-nl. B. Vlizmilicr-. 1 . lit-melt. Xl. Nexxxr. age .N'z'nett1-Iwo I-nxt It'.f:i-: Xl. Nlgiellrcgur. M Str-ilnlan. 1' l"ricl1a-ltr, l'. Hentli In f lx l Xl mul XX.XX1l -i , .. 5 1111. l. ltllixigl n, rl if lk-gzm. S. Xlqtnges. U. xxsllhlll' i It li l'nil .V . iss Nlat-Un. .Si'i'mi.1' li'.f:.': li VN. . Lim I. :ml ri l l I I llinl limi. Nl Sault:-1. R. lllll, lf. ,Miilrr-iwii girl lvvxvf lt'u::': S. Vuiin. U. Prirsflrii Y. Ililton, I. Ilingfl, .l. lfly. rrmiri RITTIT Y. fir-m'gC. S, Nlur-Its. ll. Ilenistreet, R, Kzmrt' vim ll I'i It vl I' Fu h I Ilill. Il. Rem-, li. llurtmtin, Y. Xlrlmziil. Ii, XYl1itt. .lr St, -lulm, Ilm-fl Iwfr: Nl. king. I.. Irjgzzir, Xliex Usitsi-ii. fi. Nlnstni. R. Lee mv-ii. XI. 5l.uvlip.i,m, II. .XJ ll limi I' Ilit I Id xi. W, gm. e :ir . e s, ,, ' ' - 'larkrg . in . .. B ' lilfllllll, uzla,5w The Girls' Swimming Team, under the supervision of Miss Elsie Watson. was com posed of a grand group of girls this year who volunteered their ability to uphold the fine sportsmanship of Northwestern. The team was captained by Virginia George, who was one of its best swimmers and divers In the free style the team's top-notchers were Irene Ringel. Edna Hartman. Betty Renoe. Rose Kaurtjian and Betty Hemstreet. Loretta Trygar and Dorothy Pickard led in the breast stroke. and outstanding in the back stroke were Mary Jane Wygart, Vir ginia IVIcl.ean and Lovica I-Iill. 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' ,501 J " V ,I .1-mf" BY ff 5 lx 1-f" f' N ,,,,f f 1, f .ff J ff X - I X I tx I AX TA X -J: X I F ' H 'TT X 1,14 ING Pune Xzrefu 10 r' 511111111111 793839 The follovtlnff tcachcrs left Northwestern ln 1938 39 Name Subject Date Blumenthal Joseph lzngllsh Htad ofEng11sh Dcpt e lVl1cken71e Htgh School 1938 1938 Mats leo Swtmmtng VV1y nt Unucr tty Stpt lVl1l1er Roy Xf1llSlC Vvay ne Un1ytrs1ty unt Moore Floyd R O nl C 11stf rn unc Stoll V1o1et 1'Vlrs 1 N1IUf31gClLHCL l uve of Absence unc Four teachtrs rtttrtd durtng tht year Mtss Cooptr mme to Northvststtrn IH Scpttm btr 1917 and VK 19 hcrt 21 ynrs lVl1ss Lmmons c1me1n Septtmbtr 1917 1nd yx 'lS1lLI'L Z3 years 'Vlrs Nulscn c1m1 m Stptembcr 1922 1nd vtas here 16 years 1N11ss V1'1lson yn 19 ont of thc Oflgllhll mcmbtrs of tht faculty who camt tn January 1914 md sht left IH Iunc 1938 The follovttng wcrt 1ddtd to the flculty tn 1938 39 Nime Apttlnr Dayld 131rnett Samutl 13tam1n Vhldred Btrger W11l1am Brovtn Loretta Colltns Berttnt Kennedy Esthcr 1 ane Fdna MUSIC Enghsh Fnghsh Enghsh Enghsh 8uDycct Lx 1ct Sen nte Home SCILUCC 'N11tura1 Sc1ence 1 rom lxtly1n1tor Co Quhstttutc Ctntral Chadscyf Vlackenme V171ynt Tappan Cooley 1nd lVll1l1CITl1flCS 1 wry VV1111cc Mtlltr lcm1m1 lhurston 1 dtth rt SVSIITIITIIHQ Nmtural ittcnct 1-lutchms Book Dtpt 13 of Ld Dtnby 1938 1938 1938 SHORTHAND CHAMPION MARY WELCH y of the Shorthand Repomng School of the Denon Commevc ol College Book Bulldl g Wash glo Bl d Wtns All Tlme Record un Muchugczn lN1lSS XX clch 1 student ofthe 5110111111111 Repotttng, School of the Detrolt C otntnct Cl 11 College n11de the lnghest tecord thts ye lf 111 speed tn shorth 11111 1nd 1cc11r lCX Ill t1 UISCIIPUOII ex er 111 tdc 111 MlCl1l tn hs 1 vs r1te1 ofC1rcgg Shorth lI1Cl She xx on the D1lI11011kl V1ed1l 111 trdel hy the Gregg Puhllshmg Comp my of New H ork for tr lI1SCI'll7ll'1g 1 hx e ITIIHUIC test on lltertrx copx t1l1en If ZOO 11 pm wtth 1 tt 1nscr1pt1on tccut tex of 99 0 plus the htehest record ex er 111lL1C 111 Xf11Cl1l tl1Cf,l11C1 11 Gregg Tests the th1rd htqhest tl lJI1lICLl Stttes N11SS XX elch IS 1 Shorth 1nd Reporter rn the Detro1t Courts Hundreds of gI'lLlL1lCCS of 1Nortl1yy estern 1-hgh School h ue been trnned hy the Detrott COIHIHCTCI 11 College for 1 success ful career IH husmcss The 39th ye1r ofthe C ollehe l7CS,lI'lS Wond 11 September 8 Page Amery ezqht o - 1 1 1 1 - - . 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I ' -0 1 Q0 4 v ' 'o 4 Pam ,N :mtg mre ghfwmee The folloyytng teachers left Northyy estern 1'Name Barnett Samuel Dantell Vtrgmt Doyle Anne Cay lord Nlarte lung leyyts Nelson Lelta Roemcr John The follovsxne, yy ere Name Arnoldt Charles Ctlasstng Phoebe Hess DaBatr1ee 1-lumbert Kenneth lukes Anme Xlclienny 'Vltrgaret Nltllman lexus Nlounsey Glenn Ntelsen N1elQ Pursell Fx tngeltne Roemer lohn Subject Nluslc Nltthemattcs Bookkeeper Chtef Clerk X oeattonal Ed 1 ngltsh I I1j,1l'?13 tdeled to the faeulty Subnet X oeattonal Bookkeeper C lerk Nluslc l I1g1l9l3 C ommerelal Soenl Sctenee Asst Prtnctptl Soenl Setence l ngltsh 7939 40 Hutchtns letye ot Absenee Leaye of Ahsenee Restgned utter 14 years of serylee XX tlbur KVr1ght Rettreel lfter ll years of serytce Restgned tn 1939 40 1 rom Hunter Ceorge 1 :tele Northvxestetn I yentng XX estern Suhstttute ommerce e'lXe ot Ahsene ooley XLLIXTILITTLL Nolan Date June Oct June June June June Oet 1939 1939 1939 1930 1930 1939 1939 Date Sept Sept Sept Sept Oet L an Sept 'Sept 'Sept Sept 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 a - V' e A r A -' 1 I '3 'fo . if I I k 'A' X ' . 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L e. . e- 1 C 1 x e I f I . . - I r essional, educotiona ho I o n c , Ta ation, ui e 'n' tr tio I 'I he folloyymg te Iehers ehtnged thelr names Mtss Pruelentu Hullman to Mrs Arthur Carty M1 s Nell Clregg to Nlrs lloyd C Huglll 'Xlxss 1 mmt 'Vltnkoll to Mrs Wtlltant lxosoxy Nltss Phyllls XV1ley to Mrs Yerban P Sutltfl CCDUNTANCY AIDS NATIONAL DEFENSE PROGRAM 0 Executuves of war Industries and government oltlclals requlre the and of young men and women who are technucally trauned as accountants and audltors to prepare darly reports on the progress of war orders and onthe expenduture of huge sums ofmoney requured for defense 0 Heavy taxes for defense costs wall be Ievted for many years to come which wall conhnue the demand tor skllled accountants audctors and tax specuallsts on the part of both business and government Fall Semester Day and Evenmg Classes begin September T5 T941 0 Reglstratuon for fall classes may be made lmmeduately upon graduation Wnte or call about the practucal courses and the dlstmctuve methods of teaching WALSH INSTITUTE A p of co I sc o I Accou tan y x and B sn ss Adm: IS a n 120 MADISON AVENUE DETROIT CADILLAC 5136 Page One Hundred Y--5 To you graduates you who have al ready earned a generous measure of success we ofller our smcere congratu lattons We hope that for many years you wall again and agaun enloy the photo graphtc portratts we were prnvaleged to make for thus book and that the tranmna you have recetvecl wlll brtng you new and greater successes to make the future truly happy for all of you UQZSTUDIUS I d STROH BUILDING DETROIT 28 ADAMS AVENUE, WEST C:-:-5 Also 525 Harrison Streef, FLINT Pugh- Om' Hu 1' d d O if ,fff ff Z,Qs-,QQ ff W y f fw f fffffff ...Of fx iff fff f f fgfilfff XWZQ f If ff ff W ff? fy I ,S 'z L ff vc' !"'T""'J-' ji win! ?ggl,ijiII,! , Nj! f 39. isp: i My. .K ff O-Ny :J I -31X 1,1 K ff! f X A, Ig I Ffa J., ,gd Ti' , ' "I f V ,I FGM gf ,513 ,f 3. 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